Tatajuba is an unspoiled paradise with a population of only a few hundred. The landscape stretches between large dunes, freshwater lagoons, coconut trees and mangroves. Its sublime nature has, however, its own character: the town was once buried under the dunes, but its inhabitants have not abandoned their beloved village and have rebuilt their homes a few kilometres away. Close to Jericoacoara, tourists used to stop here to enjoy coconut water on the edge of the lagoon. Nowadays, its untouched beauty and ideal conditions attract both beginners and experienced kitesurfers, who can practice this sport in complete safety while the less sporty will be amazed by the natural beauty of Tatajuba and the hospitality of the locals.
According to the inhabitants of Tatajuba, the city was created in 1902. As is often the case in the region, the first arrivals were fishermen who found a place where the sea was calm, the fishing plentiful and the land good for planting. Tatajuba is an untouched paradise with a population of a few thousand people surrounded by large fixed and moving dunes, freshwater lagoons, coconut palms and mangroves. Majestic Mother Nature here can have a strong character and in the 80s Tatajuba was buried under the dunes, but the inhabitants did not abandon their dear village and rebuilt their homes a few kilometers away.