Solo Tour Guide Services
Come and visit Natal a tourist city on the eastern part of Brazil. Its pleasant climate and beaches make it a wonderful tourist destination for Brazilians and foreigners alike. Make the most of your vacation by booking a Solo Tour Guide, your local friendly tour guide. A Solo Tour Guide will look after your safety, welfare and interests at all times.
Vitor has a Masters in Education. He works as a tourist guide. He describes himself as easy going, communicative, friendly and an optimist. For hobbies Vitor enjoys the beach, going out with friends, eating at restaurants and travel. To get the most out of Natal, book Vitor and enjoy the town with a local at your side.
Vitor is 42 years old, a non smoker and speaks English, Spanish and Portuguese.
Total cost for the guide services of Vitor for one day (8 hours) = a non refundable deposit of USD 45 by Paypal or major credit card (Visa, Mastercard, American Express) PLUS USD 70 in cash to Vitor after his services. Total 115 US dollars.
Similarly the total cost for the guide services of Vitor for half a day (4 hours) = a non refundable deposit of USD 25 by Paypal or major credit card (Visa, Mastercard, American Express) PLUS USD 40 in cash to Vitor after his services. Total 65 US dollars.
This does not include transport, entrance fees or any food & beverage costs.
How To Book A Solo Tour Guide
To book any of our Solo Tour Guides please go to the enquiry form.
Or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alternatively whatsapp +94-76-630-1069.
Remember a Solo Tour Guide looks after your safety and welfare at all times.
Our other destinations in Brazil are Joao Pessoa, Manaus, Recife, Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo.
To make the most of your stay in Natal book one or more of these amazing activities.
Highlights of Natal
Natal is the capital of the state of Rio Grande do Norte. Located in the north eastern part of Brazil, it is the country’s 19th largest city. Indeed its population is approximately 900,000 people. Being a coastal city, the beach is is its main attraction.
With The Greater Natal International Airport, Natal connects with a network of Brazilian cities. In addition some are international flights.
Natal is also a major exporter of tropic fruits such as sugar apple, melon and papaya. Moreover Natal also exports carnauba wax and crustaceans.
The Portuguese Explorer Amerigo Vespucci founded Natal on the saint’s day of the same name in 1501. However no Europeans settled in the area for many decades. Leaving the local tribe the Potiguara tribe in peace.
But French buccaneers arrived and began trading with the locals. These French pirates were finally expelled by the Portuguese in 1597. Thereafter work began on a fort to protect the town from invaders. They called the fort the Fort of the Holy Kings (“Forte dos Santos Reis“). Also known as the Magi-Kings (“Forte dos Reis Magos“).
The Portuguese officially named the town Natal in 1599. Natal in Portuguese means “Christmas” or “nativity”. Apart from a short period, from 1633 to 1654, in which the Dutch took control, the Portuguese remained the conquering nation. During the Dutch period, they renamed the fort “Fort Ceulen” after one of their commanders.
Carne de Sol (Beef Jerky)
Unlike other parts of Brazil, Natal did not grow sugar cane. Its soil was too sandy. Instead the town relied upon the cattle farming in its interior. Besides fish, the main staple became dried meat known as “carne de sol“. Or Beef jerky.
Nowadays other products have emerged. Namely salt and petroleum, and to a certain extend minerals and gems.
Because of Natal’s easterly location, an agreement between Brazil and the US resulted in an American army base being set up during World War II. Notably Brazil was the only South American country to enter World War II. The Memorial Natal is a history museum in Avenida Prefeito Omar O’Grady which may be worth while visiting.