Cumbuco is a small fisherman’s village with 2.000 inhabitants that in most ways looks the same as it did several hundred years ago. The local Brasileiros still uses the ancient style fishing boat called a “Jangada” and go to sea for 2-3 days with primitive fishing equipment, but still comes home with amazing catches. Cumbuco falls under the city of Fortaleza which is a part of the State of Ceara, in Brazil.
Most of the tourists come from Fortaleza and the other bigger cities in Brazil, like Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Salvador, Belo Horisonte and Brasilia. The last few years havee also brought many foreign tourists, mainly from Europe and the US, and we are expecting a boom in the near future, also from the rest of the world. Cumbuco has a few bigger hotels, a lot of cozy smaller hotels “pousadas” and many condominiums.
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