Fernando De Noronha HolidaysBrazil
Fernando de Noronha consists of 21 islands in the Atlantic Ocean and is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The area features a rich ecology of ocean and plant life, and there are numerous efforts set in place to preserve the natural beauty of the archipelago. Additionally, any dolphin-lovers …

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Where to stay in Fernando De Noronha

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Reviews of Fernando De Noronha

Helder Pinheiro
Helder PinheiroLos Angeles
25/07/2015

Fernando de Noronha has the most beautiful beach in the world! I don't need to talk so much about it. It's in Brazil!

Liza Prado
Liza PradoDenver
24/05/2011

Fernando de Noronha is an amazing island that's located in the middle of a national marine park in the northeastern waters of Brazil. The typical way to arrive is by plane from either Recife or Natal (1 to 1.5 hour flight). Because it is a protected place under Brazilian law (it also is a UN World Heritage Site) it's beaches are pristine, the waters are teeming with wildlife like dolphins and turtles, and the numbers of tourists allowed at any given time are limited to around 460. There are tons of outdoor activities on the island (e.g. snorkeling, diving, surfing, kayaking, trekking....) plus gorgeous beaches. Most people stay at pousadas run from people's homes. It's a bit pricey to get there--and be there--but if you can swing it, this is an unforgettable place to visit.

Cristie HY.Z.
Cristie HY.Z.Hong Kong
22/03/2012

OMG, one of my fav.places on earth so far. I love that how i can swim with the dophines all the time. If you want to find a little peace in mind,this is the place to be...

Monique Vanni
Monique VanniLondon
11/08/2011

One of the most beautiful places in the World, and some of the best diving. It's a small island off the coast, a marine reserve that only takes a limited amount of visitors at a time. Dolphins, turtles, fish, you name it.

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