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Vila Kalango - Jericoacoara
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Retreat Setting
Seaside Resorts & Private Islands
Servies & Activities
- Boat Excursion - Swimming Pool - Spa
Eco Luxury retreats general information
24 Rooms | Children: yes

With a differentiated style, Vila Kalango created a new lodging concept, joining charm and simplicity, comfort and rusticity. Its location is perfect, among a 53,000 square feet park, right next to one of the postcards of Jericoacoara, the Sunset Dune, and directly on the main beach. Built with typical materials such as moracatiara wood, carnaúba straw and mud bricks, the pousada has stilt houses suspended by eucalyptus columns up to 3 meters from the ground, apartments and bungalows, making the total of 24 large and aired accommodations. The whole resort was idealized to offer guests the highest relax level, resting from their routine. In the garden we provided a reading deck under the coconut shadows; there is also a wonderful swimming pool with sea and dune view.

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Vila Kalango architecture was developed together with local people, listening their solutions and making a major effort to translate them into a habitable and eco-sustainable place, connected with nature. All materials where chosen together with local people, developing the most simple and sustainable way to stay in the area: to stay with the community.


All our employees are regularly contracted, and a well respected job is the best concrete action for social sustainability. We hope to grow having and developing other villages in Brazil to generate more employment, respecting our people, transforming them in our first real brand of quality of service in an area where education is poor.


We developed a documentary with the objective of making a memory of the Jeri culture, a very fragile one which risk disappearing with evolution and tourism. This documentary, based on true stories of older inhabitants, drives tourists through the different periods and a traditional way of living. We donated this documentary to the community after a launching event where all population was invited.