Monday, December 9, 2019
Rio de Janeiro.- Brazilian authorities are encouraging the privatization of services in three of the country's national parks, as part of the Government's plan to sell assets.
The measure will be extended to the Lençóis Maranhenses, Jericoacoara and Iguazu parks, with an extension to passenger services.
The first of these spaces consists of white dunes separated by freshwater lagoons, which covers some 155,000 hectares.
Meanwhile, Jericoacoara is an ideal scenery for kite surfers, as it is surrounded by fine sand dunes and huge warm-water beaches.
The Iguazu National Park is also the home to the famous Iguazu Falls, located between the border of Brazil and Argentina and considered one of the Seven Natural Wonders.