Fernando de Noronha
photo by Andras Jancsik

General

Is an isolated group of volcanic islands, in the Atlantic Ocean and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. People are just now discovering the beauty of this places, a truly gift of nature. The various activities attract a large number of tourists all year long. The underwater life, the two hundred species of fish, dolphins, sea turtles, make Fernando de Noronha a mecca for divers and snorkelers.

The main island offers modest accommodation, but fantastic landscape. There is one small hotel and 100 inns, which create a family atmosphere, making the tourists feel as if they are in their own home.

You should know that tourism is restricted to 420 visitors at a time. So why shouldn't you be one of them? Pack your bags and visit Brazil's hidden treasure.

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3 Reviews

Sara Morsy
Sara Morsy

on Apr 09,2013

I liked

paradise <3

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Kelly Feldman
Kelly Feldman

on Mar 08,2013

I liked

EVERYTHING!

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That there was even a dislike section
Steven
Steven

on Jul 08,2012

I liked

An amazing undiscovered island (max 400 tourists at the same time allowed on the island). No hotels, you sleep in the houses of the locals, drive in beach buggies, swim with the wild dolphins ( if you are lucky up to 300), an unbelievable experience.

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