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Comprised of 21 islands and islets, the archipelago of Fernando de Noronha is a paradise of indescribable beauty, and a Natural World Heritage Site by Unesco. For the islands to continue to preserve their nature, the number of visitors is limited and you have to pay an environmental preservation fee to enter and stay at  the island.

The combination of crystal clear waters, golden sands, and marine life fascinate people from all over the world. Its beaches are divided between the inside sea (waters toward the Brazilian mainland) and the outside sea (waters toward the Atlantic Ocean). It is very common to see these waters in the lists of the most beautiful beaches of Brazil and the world, such as the beaches Praia dos Porcos, Praia dos Leões, and Baía do Sancho, twice elected the best beach of the planet by the Traveller’s Choice Awards of TripAdvisor.

Noronha is also one of the best places for diving. It’s clear and warm waters provide excellent visibility, being possible to observe its splendid marine life of corals, dolphins, turtles, and sharks. It is possible to practice scuba diving, guided by certified local instructors.

There is a diversity of activities on the island for all types of people and ages, such as options of ecological trails, boat tours for observing dolphins, visits to Parque Nacional Marinho and Museu do Tubarão, in addition to the Tamar project, which aims to preserve endangered sea turtles.

Another indispensable tour in Fernando de Noronha is to enjoy the sunset. The island has numerous places where you can enjoy its famous sunset, such as the Forte do Boldró, Dois Irmãos viewing point, and also the beaches Praia da Conceição and Praia do Porto.


Day 1

Arrival at Fernando de Noronha International Airport. Upon arrival, our guide will be waiting for you with a sign in your name in the landing area. During the transfer our guide will make an introduction to the island, will give recommendations and tips on the sites, restaurants and everything you need to enjoy the trip in the best way. Arrival at the Pousada. Check in. Accommodation.

Day 2

Breakfast served in the restaurant of the Pousada. Today we will leave for a full day tour of the entire island. The tour is almost obligatory for those who visit  Fernando de Noronha for the first time due to it  takes you to practically every place on the island. The first point is in the Tamar Project for the conservation of sea turtles. There, we will meet with the local biologist to obtain information about the Project and his work on the island. Then we continue to the viewpoint of the Bahia do Sancho, chosen the best beach in the world by TripAdvisor and meet Morro Dois Irmãos, perhaps the most famous rock formation in Brazil. We will also visit the Sharks museum, a complete collection on the marine fauna of Fernando de Noronha.

In the Southeast Bay, you can take advantage of the rich marine biodiversity to get closer to nature and enjoy a sea bath. The southeast beach has an amphibian chair, path on  the sand and an adapted bathroom so you can enjoy swimming in the company of sea turtles and sharks, which is very common, making the experience unforgettable. At the Mirante da Praia do Leão, once again, the view is enchanting.

Finally, we finish our tour in a sunset that you will hardly find anywhere else on the planet. This unforgettable scene takes place in Mirante do Boldró. Return to the Pousada. Accommodation.

Day 3

Breakfast served in the restaurant of the Pousada. In the morning we will leave for a half-day boat trip, on a traditional tour of the island where you can see the dolphins and marine fauna of the archipelago. The boat passes through Pedra do Leão, Morro Dois Irmãos and Ponta da Sapata. On the way back, there is a stop at Bahía do Sancho for those who want to enter the sea and swim at the best beach in the world chosen by TripAdvisor. Rest of the day free to enjoy the Accessible beach of Fernando de Noronha. We recommend the Hawaiian canoe expedition as an optional afternoon tour. Accommodation.

Day 4

Breakfast served in the restaurant of the Pousada. Free morning. In the afternoon we will go out to do baptism diving. Diving in Fernando de Noronha is known throughout the world, and in this dive you will have the opportunity to corroborate the fame and beauty of one of the top 3 diving destinations in the world. The experience also begins on the boat, where instructions will be given for a safe and fun dive. Then just put on your gear and enjoy. During the dive, you will be accompanied by a qualified diver at all times. Precious tip: don't forget the underwater camera, at this moment you will be surrounded by colors and you will be able to see sharks, fish, rays and other types of marine animals. Return to the Pousada. Overnight.

Day 5

Breakfast served in the restaurant of the Pousada. At the designated time, transfer to Fernando de Noronha Airport.


When is the best time to visit Fernando de Noronha?

Although Fernando de Noronha can be visited throughout the year, we recommend visiting the archipelago in the dry season, that is, between the months of August to January. The average temperature throughout the year is around 28 degrees and generally at night the temperature drops slightly.

The high season occurs in the months of December, January and July,  period when the prices of the Pousadas increase slightly and the island is a little more crowded with tourists.

How is accessibility during the trip?

It is important to note that the island has volcanic origin, has an environmental preservation area, a historic and archaeological site and its territory must be preserved in the most appropriate way possible. In view of this, accessibility issues were addressed by the public and private sectors in the most coherent and feasible format, enabling public access for people  in wheelchair and reduced mobility, within the structural limitations of the location.

Thus, the destination has accessible places, such as the Tamar project or the shark museum, some trails adapted for wheelchairs users, accessible beaches, as well as  information and support center for tourists.

How many days is it advisable to visit Fernando de Noronha?

We recommend at least visiting the archipelago for 5 days and 4 nights. You can also extend your stay by 1 week.

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