Situated on the banks of the Araguaia and Coco rivers, Caseara is the main gateway to Cantão State Park. From July to September, the dry season, river beaches are always inviting. The city was founded in 1932, when Raimundo Nonato Casé settled near a large creek, near the shores of Araguaia River. There, he began to explore the babaçu oil, and thus a prosperous village emerged. In 1987, when it was still a part of to Araguacema, Caseara was emancipated as a municipality and gained administrative autonomy. Nature is one of the highlights in the region: from June to September, when the waters of the rivers recede, beautiful river beaches are formed.
The region has recreational fishing and water sports options. You can go on boat rides, especially in the dry season, when over 800 lakes are formed, interconnected by more than 156 km of navigable channels. It is a water world. In the rainy season the scenery changes, the watercourses are connected, forming a huge lake, inhabited by alligators, turtles, birds and fish.