Essential Experience

The most essential adventure of the human being is the encounters with nature.

This is exactly why we admire the simplicity of wind sports. We work so that you have great adventures and live moments of peace and comfort in harmony with the environment and communities in which we’ve settle.

Frogs, lizards, and other little animals are part of the local fauna and it is common to find them walking around the pousada, or receiving a visit from them inside the rooms. You‘ll find other small animals throughout the pousada, but they are totally harmless, friendly, and are present in every vila, so don’t be scared to come across them!

Community and Culture

When we set up our pousadas in paradisiacal places of the Brazilian coast, we began to make communities that have challenges and knowledge.
Everything we do takes that into account.

We prioritize the hiring and training of people from the local community, who are part of our history and grow with us. Several of these stories are behind the beautiful things you see at Vila Kalango: the design developed with local craftsmen and staff, dishes made by renowned chefs in partnership with the wisdom of local cooks, and even the choice of materials for chairs and lamps- many of them are discovered by our team.

We invite artists from the region to display their work at our pousadas (hotels or inns), so our guests can get a closer understanding of the local culture, and we never stop. We love Ceará and its people.


We only have 34% of built area. The rest remains virgin and untouched.

Our architecture prioritizes local materials, reducing the impact on the environment; We take advantage of the wind, so we do not need air conditioning; And we use the natural lighting, reducing the energy expenditure. At Vila Kalango you will always be in touch with nature.

We act together with the Eu Amo Jeri association in the processes of recycling, preservation, and cleaning of beaches. They are our greatest asset.

We also grow an organic vegetable garden at Rancho do Peixe, a neighboring pousada of the same group. The vegetable garden uses the compost generated in the pousada itself and meets the needs of our restaurants, bringing even more intense flavors to our dishes.