The Camamu Bay, the third largest in Brazil in terms of water volume, yet little explored, is a paradise for navigation! We will arrive at the waterfall Tremembé blooming within the Atlantic Forest and plunges directly into the salty sea water. After enjoying the fascinating view, we will take a dive in the waters below the Tremembé waterfall and head navigating through the mangroves, part of the marine ecosystem, to the village of Cajaíba. The main occupation of the residents in Cajaíba is boat building and we will visit sites where large wooden boats are manufactured in a traditional manner. Back to the speedboat, we continue to the island of Pedra Furada, small and with a clear water beach. A day that definitely will never be forgotten.