Fernando de Noronha

Fernando de Noronha has served as a pirate lair, since its discovery in 1503 by Portuguese settlers, and is now an exclusive beach paradise, home to a mere 2,100 residents. The island is perched near a volcanic archipelago, which is comprised of 21 beautiful islands, each featuring towering rock sculptures, rushing waterfalls and natural swimming pools as its own unique landscape.

Tucked beneath jagged cliffs and spacious caves lurk exquisite white-sand beaches and dazzling waters full of fascinating marine life. You will find a vast variety of colorful fish, dolphins, turtles, lobsters, sponges, corals and more. Your journey to Fernando de Noronha will be one to last a lifetime and you are sure to enjoy every minute.

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