Savor the Brazilian culture, cuisine, and thrilling adventures by land and sea and capture the spirit of the Rio Grande do Norte's Atlantic coast. With a laidback vibe perfect for some rest and relaxation, there is also a vibrant nightlife filled with endless things to do in Ponta Negra, Natal Brazil.As the sunshine fills the days, most people hit the beautiful beaches in Natal, starting with Ponta Negra Beach. Try paddleboarding, surfing, and kite surfing, or just enjoy catching rays on the sand. Spanning 4 km along the coast, with Morro do Careca to the south end, and lively bars, restaurants, and shopping towards the north, it' easy to spend the day just along the strip.Walk over to Morro do Careca to see the impressive sand dune that rises 120 meters from the ground dropping straight into the sea. Covered in part by lush green vegetation, Morro has become an icon of the city.When in Natal, it is a must to go on a buggy adventure tour and beach hop. Zoom over acres of hot sand and cool off in crystal blue lagoons at The Genipabu Dunes. Discover untouched parts as you ride through sandy mounds and take in the scenic views from open-topped vehicles. Stop to sandboard down a hill or zipline over the steeping dunes.If you happen to be traveling to Natal during out-of-season Carnaval, Carnatal takes to the streets of the Lagoa Nova district over four days in early December. A low-key version of Carnaval, this party is filled with music, dance, sporting games, and Cerveja & Coco (Beer & Coconut).A great way to try all of the fun activities in Ponta Negra is to book the Get to Know Natal or the Potiguar Paradises packages at Praiamar Natal Hotel & Convention that offer curated tours to the top attractions in town.