Called the bedsheets of Maranhão in local tongue, Lencois Maranhenses is one of Mother Nature’s best creations. It’s so surreal in that in between its white shifting sand dunes (that resembles a huge white unmade bedsheet) are azure pools inhabited by small fish. Quite an interesting sight don’t you think? Learn more about Lencois Maranhenses below.
Because of this national park’s remarkable features, a visit must be set in stone whilst in Brazil or you’ll regret it. According to http://www.bbc.com/travel/story/20130719-forms-of-identification-marcello-arrambide, a seasoned traveler, the best time to visit Lencois Maranhenses National Park would be just after sunrise or before the sun sets from June to August.
In order to preserve this surreal natural wonder, motor vehicles are prohibited inside the park. Typical environmental rules are also imposed.