Maracajaú (Tupi) is a community and beach located in the Brazilian city of Maxaranguape, state of Rio Grande do Norte (about 50 km from the state capital, Natal). With a population of approximately 2,000 people the main source of income is fishing followed by tourism.
Maracajaú is known for coral formations locally called "Parrachos de Maracajaú" located to 7 kilometers of the coast that form natural pools of crystalline waters.
On the beach water park is located Manoa Park.
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