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Fernando De Noronha Travel Guide


Fernando de Noronha is the name for a small archipelago of 21 islands located about 220 miles off Brazil’s northeastern coast. The main island is about 7 square miles and has several picture perfect deserted beaches. 70% of the area is protected as a national marine reserve and the islands are widely known as some of the most pristine marine environment in the world. Prices are at least double compared to the mainland and there is also the daily environmental preservation tax to pay, but the unparalleled natural beauty makes it well worth the expense!

Visited by only very few people, the remote and exclusive island of Fernando de Noronha is an untouched paradise with crystal clear waters and rich marine life

Best months to visit Fernando De Noronha

Fernando De Noronha has a tropical climate and can be visited all year round. Temperatures do not really change and it remains hot and humid at any time of year. There are only really two seasons, a dry season and a wet season. The dry season runs from August until January and the wet season from February until July with the most rain falling in April and May.

Our hand-picked hotels in Fernando De Noronha

A well thought out selection of hotels can make a good trip truly exceptional and here at The Latin America Travel Company we put a lot of resources into sourcing and visiting hotels. Below are our top picks in Fernando De Noronha.

Best reasons to visit Fernando De Noronha

Fernando de Noronha, although not cheap to visit, is one of Brazil’s most beautiful destinations. Below are our top highlights and things to do.

Hike the Atalaia trail and learn about the formation of the islands

Watch the dolphins at Baía dos Golfinhos

Explore the village of Porto de Santo Antonio

Visit the deserted Praia do Sancho named the best beach in Brazil

Wander the cobbled streets of Vila los Remedios

Weather Averages for Fernando De Noronha

Other destinations in Brazil

From the beating drums of Salvador to the quiet colonial streets of Olinda. Explore Brazil’s huge variety of destinations with our essential guides by clicking the links below.

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