Brazil has only one place where the semi-arid (orange) climate
reaches the coast ( in the extreme Northeast in the orange spot ).
The small red dot in this orange spot is a micro arid zone.
That red spot is Paraíso do Brasil.
Clients demand good weather during their holidays and will migrate
to places with ideal weather all year round as soon as they become aware.
Solar panels in Paraiso do Brasil are much more efficient because of more sun
( less clouds ), more albedo from the ocean and better and more constant ventilation by the constant and cooling sea breeze during the day
( While increasing the temperature at night ) .
No pollution and loss of production because of cleanest air.
Our soft mineral water is ideal for cleaning of the solar panels.
Best climate of Brazil
The climate is semi-arid and not a humid tropical climate as the cities of sun Natal and Fortaleza and other capitals in the Northeast.
This means 12 months of summer a year with almost 100 % security for a sunny day each day :
ideal beach, pool and terrace weather.
The constant sea current coming all the way from Africa together with the constant trade winds cause warming at night and cooling during the day -
which is exactly what one needs at tropical altitude - causing pretty much the same favorable temperatures in the evening and trough the night.
When rains fall, this happens mainly between 2 and 4 o'clock in the night.
According to NASA studies, it also has the purest air after Antarctica.
Climate in the region according to
- Region from Touros to Galinhos: transition climate between humid tropics and semi-arid :
Yearly temperature between 22 and 35 °C ( more ideal than Natal thanks to a more constant sea- breeze ).
- Dry period with sparse rain between mid august and April.
- Warmest period between November and March.
- Precipitation between 400 and 800 mm/year ( while that of Natal 84 km South is 1200 mm/year ).
- Rain period may to July.
- Long periods of sun during the rainy season.
- Extended periods of rain mainly in the rainy season
(limited to years with expressive "El Nino" effects, due approximately one year out of every four years).
The local micro climate is clearly superior to that of the region when it comes to tourism!
Latin American travelers or those who want to reside have to move here if they want sun 12 months a year.
Paraiso do Brasil is 3° South of the equator.
Also for Europe, Africa, even East and Mid-East Paraiso do Brasil is the closest destination if 12 months of sun is desired.
To see medium and long term weather forecast for Brazil click here :
Weather forecast based on IRI
All the Northeast of Brazil is known for its superb weather and constant sea breeze.
Why is it then that our Project has even better weather when compared to all others in the same region or in
Natal (‘City of Sun’, only 84 km more to the south)?
First of all we are most North-east location of Latin America ( and we already know that being more north-east means better weather ).
The original ‘Mata Atlantica’ ( tropical forest that extends along the Atlantic coast of Brazil from Rio Grande do Norte state in the north to Rio Grande do Sul state in the south ) extends north only until Natal.
Sign that humidity and rain is decreasing.
Our vegetation, although always green, is not a real forest vegetation and differs from that of Natal and even slightly of that of Touros (just 6 km away).
Young Brazilians learn at school that our location is the "Corner of Brazil" or "where the winds turns".
Locals will tell you that the (local) sea breeze keeps or pushes (eventual) clouds away (inland and west).
While in fact, the rather local turning of the winds and the subsequent local increase in wind speed temporarily evaporates eventual clouds before our location and beach ( the Praia do Calcanhar ) ( and possibly condensate them again after it passes over our location as the speed of the breeze decreases again ).
You can check this with the responsible officers working at the meteorological station ( stationed in the lighthouse ).
They make observations every day and send the data to a central station ( data are used for the Brazilian weather forecasts ).
On Sunday ( between 14:00 and 17:00 ) you can visit the second highest active lighthouse of the world.
( 62 m high and the highest of South America )
Or just ask the owners or testimonies, they all are amazed seeing that the eventual rare clouds that threaten to approach evaporate or open way before their own eyes over and over.
Rio Grande do Norte and Paraiba have their official rainy season basically in between April and July.
Except in la Nina years you can trust you will have lots of sun all days in our project even in the midst of the official rainy season.
There are sources online that will tell you about six months in before about la Nina.
If you want to be sure check out this site or check us.
( Micro- ) Region Touros upto Galinhos
( also including Cajueiros and São Miguel do Gostoso ).
The climate is a transition between tropical humid and semi-arid.
Yearly temperature between 22 and 35 °C.
Dry period with sparse rains between mid August and April ( about 9 months ).
Hotter and dry period between November and March.
rainfall : between 400 and 800 millimeters/year and concentrated during the night ( between 02:00 and 05:00 ).
Period with rain May until July.
Long periods with sun during the rainy season.
Rain concentrated mainly in the rainy season.
Climate in Fortaleza and Natal is tropical humid, which is a more humid climate where you can feel hot and sweaty more easily in comparison with Paraiso do Brasil.
Rainfall in Natal is between 800 and 1200 millimeters/year and not necessarily concentrated in the night ( almost double the micro-region of Touros and more than double compared with Paraíso do Brasil ).