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In this post I bring you 5 destinations to work from home in Brazil and still relax a lot. The list was made by Booking.com, which chose accommodations where guests have an adequate working structure and can still rest and relax.

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With the pandemic, remote work turned homes into offices. Whether on the living room table or the guest room. All you need is a computer, a good internet connection and that’s it, your home office is set up. Since I left my traditional job at an advertising agency and started playing Vou na Janela, my house or hotel room has become my office.

Therefore, choosing a good accommodation with quality internet to work remotely has always been part of my travel planning routine. And I’ve always managed to balance the walks and work very well.


5 destinations to work from home in Brazil and still relax


Campos do Jordao, Sao Paulo

Campos do Jordão is one of São Paulo’s favorite destinations for that weekend getaway. The city is at 1,628 meters in the Serra da Mantiqueira, it is considered the highest Brazilian municipality. Campos do Jordão has houses and establishments with Swiss-inspired architecture and diverse cuisine. The city is the ideal destination for those seeking tranquility, warmth and cooler temperatures.

Where to stay: the tip is the Pousada Recanto dos Sonhos which is in a more reserved area, 3km from the center of Campos de Jordão. The inn offers mountain views, self-catering chalets, a pool and even an outdoor hot tub. Pousada Recanto dos Sonhos offers Wi-Fi internet throughout the property, ideal for working and relaxing.


Porto de Galinhas, Pernambuco

Porto de Galinhas is one of the most desired destinations by Brazilians in the northeast. Located in the municipality of Ipojuca, about 60 km from Recife, it is a great option for those looking for sun and blue sea. Highlight for the natural pools of warm and transparent waters and the famous coral reefs.

Where to stay: Located 400 meters from Praia do Cupe, the tip is the Vivá Porto de Galinhas Resort. The resort has super cozy rooms with a balcony overlooking the sea. With safety in mind, it was the first resort in Brazil to receive the Safe Travel seal from the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), which recognizes companies that have adopted standardized global health and hygiene protocols, ensuring safer travel for all tourists.


Joao Pessoa, Paraiba

João Pessoa is the type of city where the weather is good most of the year. The city is known as “Porta do Sol”, because Ponta do Seixas is located there – the easternmost point of the Americas. It is where the sun rises first on the entire American continent. João Pessoa is also considered the greenest capital in the country and one of the greenest in the world! Yes, this information was also completely new to me. And all this green thanks in part to the Botanical Garden located in the central region of the city, with 515 hectares of preserved Atlantic Forest.

Where to stay: for those looking for peace, the most peaceful experience, Golden Flat is a good option, offering accommodation with free private parking, patio, sea view, seating area, flat-screen cable TV, fully equipped kitchen with microwave. waves and fridge and private bathroom with shower, plus an outdoor terrace.


Pipa, Rio Grande do Norte

Pipa is one of the most desired regions on the northeastern coast. And access is easy, Pipa is located in the municipality of Tibau do Sul, just 85km from Natal and 70km from Natal International Airport. Pipa has several beaches with unique landscapes, exuberant nature, with many green areas, as well as accommodation and gastronomic options for all budgets.

Where to stay: The tip is to stay at the Pousada Mediterrânea, which is just 200m from the beach and close to bars, restaurants and shops. It has a terrace with sea views, free Wi-Fi and air-conditioned rooms, with bright environments, flat-screen TVs, minibars and private bathrooms, in addition to some options with hydromassage and balcony.


Jericoacoara, Ceará

The famous Jericoacoara or just Jeri, is one of the most loved destinations on the northeastern coast. Previously, the only way to get to Jeri was to face a road of about 300 km with well-maintained stretches. Since Jericoacoara Airport was opened, the trip has been much easier, with Gol and Azul flights.

And another good news is that Jeri still retains its rustic fishing village air, with soft sand streets, its unique dune scenery and an ideal climate for contemplation and relaxation. Perfect to get away from the agglomerations of big cities. A great destination to do home office and still relax.

Where to stay: Residence Bons Ventos Jeri aparthotel is 300 meters from the beach and offers accommodation with a balcony, air conditioning, a dining and living area with a flat-screen TV and private bathrooms, as well as an outdoor pool, garden and Wi-Fi. Free Fi in all areas. The accommodation is close to Praia do Mangue Seco, the center of Jericoacoara and Duna Pôr do Sol.

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