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Brasilia, the country's capital city, is about 660 miles east of Porto Manga.
Nhecolandia and Albuquerque are two locations in the wider region that you can easily work into your travel plans.
Around 30 miles to the northwest of Porto Manga is Ladario, a regional hub known for 6th Naval District, UFMS Pantanal Campus and Junqueira Fort. Cristo Redentor Statue and Artizu Casa de Escultura are also cool options if you're after more things to do.
Head outdoors and off the couch! You can try rock climbing or mountain climbing.
If you feel as though you want to stay active without completely wearing yourself out, why not try some shore fishing? Picnicking is another relaxed way to spend the day outdoors.
Travelers who like to try everything should think about joining a structured activity. Guided nature walks, wildlife spotting tours and city walking tours are some of the most entertaining options in the region.
Mato Grosso Do Sul has a number of great places to enjoy swimming, so make sure you fit that into your itinerary. Snorkeling is also a perfect excuse to grab the sunscreen.
Take a relaxed stroll and fill your lungs with fresh air at the region's gardens.
The region's traditional villages are well worth your time. They're sure to be enjoyed by all visitors, not just die-hard history fans.
Don't miss the chance to satisfy your taste buds with a tour of this region's cafés and restaurants.
Tourists will no doubt notice an abundance of beef and papaya, two of the more well-known regional ingredients.
Don't leave without tasting doce de abobara (pumpkin compote) and churrasco (barbecue).
For a sweet encounter that will leave your mouth watering, try beijinho de coco (coconut balls), a delectable dessert.
Grab your buddies and order a round or two at one of the local bars. Don't worry about the drinks list. If beer is what you're looking for, Antartica is the one!
Whatever the time of day, you can always enjoy a non-alcoholic coconut juice,
If you're out on the town for the evening, be sure to try out a glass of batida, a favorite spirit.
Whether you prefer red, white or anything in between, wine is a perfect beverage to partner with a delicious meal. Try the regional favorites, Don Laurindo and Villa Francioni.
The only bad thing about going on vacation is that, eventually, it must come to an end. While it may be tough bidding "Até logo" to Porto Manga, just remember that you can always come back!
If you're leaving by plane, remember that the nearest airport is 35 miles to the northwest.