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.
Fernando de Noronha, Brazil
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