8 Days / 7 Nights
- Salvador - Africa in the New World
- Maceió - The friendly beach capital
- Olinda and Recife - Dutch Influence in the 'Venice of the Northeast' and Colonial trading posts
Come explore these rare, must-see Brazilian Atlantic islands and their unique marine habitat on your trip to Brazil.
Fernando de Noronha is an island chain off the coast of Brazil and is home to over 400 different species. The islands seem to grow and shrink with the rise and fall of the Atlantic tide and at times only the very tops of the rocks can be seen jutting out of the idyllic aquamarine waters. The Atoll reef that co-mingles with the 21 islands is a major breeding ground for sharks, tunas, turtles and a plethora of other marine animals. There is even a resident group of dolphins that have made this aquatic paradise their home.
Our expert's best travel tip for Fernando de Noronha is to combine a visit to this island with a tour of Recife and Olinda for one complete Brazil travel package.
Fernando de Noronha tours available include snorkeling in tidal pools, boat rides, kayaking, water sports, and walks through the tropical forests. The waters are crystal clear for about 50 meters off-shore. There are three beaches, Sancho, Porcos, and Leão, that are among the best beaches in Brazil. You can rent a buggy to drive around the main island. Make sure to watch the sunset, look for dolphins in Dolphins Bay, spot sea turtles on Baía do Sueste, and enjoy relaxing on Baía dos Porcos.
Whatever your destination, our travel consultants will create unique experiences & tour packages for your trip to South America.
All of the below are our best Fernando de Noronha Tours. Any of them can be customized to fit your travel style, and/or you can request something very unique to you.
|Coast of the Conquerors||$ 1470||8 Days / 7 Nights||Beaches of Salvador, Maceio, Recife & Olinda - Perfect for Honeymooners & Cultural Enthusiasts|
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