After a successful two years of staycations, the return of international tourism in Ceará is the main focus in the state. Discover why and find out how Ceará plans to attract foreign tourists back to the sunshine.
Discover why Flecheiras, a well-kept secret among discerning holidaymakers, is now on the international tourism map and one of the few destinations in Ceará to get a marina.
Solid demand from Brazilian holidaymakers leads LATAM to designate Fortaleza Airport as its domestic flight hub for Brazil. As a result, the airline will offer more flights to Ceará than ever before.
With 90% occupancy during the recent autumn holiday weekends, Ceará tourism is one of the fastest-growing in the country. In addition, foreign visitors are returning as Fortaleza Airport resumes its three-times-a-week flights to Paris.
Direct connections between Ceará and Paris should resume in June heralding the return of international flights to Fortaleza. KLM and Air Europe are expected to follow suit later in the year as Ceará gradually recuperates its busy tourist market.
New trends for Brazilian tourism in 2021 show a preference for quieter destinations without the crowds and for vacations outside high season. These will continue to boost the popularity of natural locations such as Flecheiras in Ceará, Northeast Brazil.
Tourism in Ceará registered the highest monthly increase in Brazil in August, over four times than the national average. The rise in Ceará was 85.4%, almost double the increase registered by its nearest competitor. The figure shows that the tourism sector is back on track in Ceará.
The first holiday weekend after lockdown in Ceará saw 100% occupancy at hotels in some parts of Ceará including Flecheiras. The September weekend was busy at most beach resorts in the state with many accommodation establishments at full capacity, auguring well for the forthcoming summer season.
Although Ceará tourism officially resumed activity at the beginning of July, many sectors have waited until the autumn to return to business. Discover the full calendar for the complete reopening of hotels, rescheduling of events and return of international flights to Fortaleza.
Tourist industries around the world have been affected by the covid-19 crisis. Some tourist detinations will take time to recover, but some areas have a clear advantage over others. This is the case with Ceará tourism, already looking to get back on track.
On the coast, the average hotel occupancy is 91.4%. The carnival holiday is expected to generate an income of around R $ 480 million in the State of Ceará. The Coral Resort is located in Ceará where we offer different investment opportunities.
There were 97.1 million passengers registered last year. These figures show a tourism increase of 1.8% according to the National Civil Aviation Agency. Also, Anac data showed that the state of Ceará received 129,400 international visitors in the first half of 2019.
Ceará is once again the fastest growing state in terms of international tourists. According to data from the National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC), from January to August 2019, Ceará increased foreign visitors coming to the state using direct flights by 74%.
The Fortaleza Airport increased by 99% the number of foreigners in the first half of this year. There have been 129.400 visitors only counting direct international flights. Pernambuco ranks second with 118.900, and Bahia in third place with 115,000 tourists.
According to the Brazilian Institute of Research Services Monthly Geography and Statistics (IBGE), the State was the fastest growing in the whole country in volume of tourist activities. Figures show an increase of 9.9%, a rate almost three times higher than the average of Brazil in the first half.
Tourism growth in Ceará is surprising. From January to May in 2019, there has been a raise of 12,2% in landings and departures in Fortaleza airport.