Check out the beautiful lagoons surrounded by white dunes.
Located on the eastern coast of Maranhão, between São Luís and the Piauí border, the Lençóis Maranhenses National Park (LMNP) is truly a breathtaking site. It is a protected area managed by the Chico Mendes Institute for Biodiversity Conservation.
At first glance, the park looks like a desert but is actually not. LMNP is situated near the Amazon basin, thus; rain falls regularly here, particularly between January and July.
According to an article by UNESCO, there are beaches measuring 600-2000 meters wide, and vegetations such as restinga, mangroves, and alluvial communities in the national park.
LMNP is a refuge to several types of animals like turtles and migratory birds as well. More importantly, four types of animals included in the Brazilian list of Endangered Species are found there.
These dune formations, crystalline lagoons, and the presence of endemic and endangered species make Lençóis Maranhenses National Park a truly unique and remarkable place.
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