By Jay Forte, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The beaches of Brazil draw travelers from all over the world, and while Rio de Janeiro has the largest name recognition for tourism, there are many smaller and remote beach destinations spread along the country's enormous 7,491 km coastline.

In the north of Brazil the beaches resemble tropical white-sand dreams, and as one travels south away from the equator the temperature drops and the geography changes, yet still offers spectacular pockets of coastline.

Jericoacoara - Ceará
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