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Fernando de Noronha, Brazil

For many travelers from the United States, the island of Fernando de Noronha off the Brazilian coast is an unknown travel destination. With Marnella Tours, travelers can discover the vegetation-rich landscape and unparalleled biodiversity that makes Fernando de Noronha not only a tropical beach destination, but an island full of adventure.

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60-Second Geography

Fernando de Noronha, Brazil

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  • Fernando de Noronha is the main island in a cluster of islets scattered across the crystal waters of the Atlantic. Because of its location just shy of the equator, the 11 square-mile island is an ideal travel destination year-round. The expanses of lush flora growing on the volcanic rock landscape truly evokes the spirit of travel, and inspires the sense of adventure most people only ever seek in a novel. With over 70% of the island designated a protected UNESCO marine park, visitors are treated to the uniqueness of the biodiversity on both the land and just off the coast.
  • Morro de Pico is a gigantic grey monolith towering over 1000 feet above the ocean. This is the highest point on the island and can be reached via a short trek. Although the path might be a bit steep, the summit gives way to a postcard-like view of the island. Morro de Pico is one of the island’s most popular attractions.
  • The Fernando de Noronha Marine National Park protects nearly two-thirds of the island, preserving the island’s flora and fauna. The park includes a marine extension along the coast. In this protected area are ample opportunities to see wild marine life; dolphins, fish, sea turtles, sharks, and a large population of tropical birds.
  • Activities on Fernando de Noronha are endless thanks to the geography and biodiversity of the island itself. Travelers can relax on one of the many gold-sand beaches to a soundtrack of crashing waves as tropical birds fly overhead. Or they can spend an afternoon boating to the several islets nearby, all of which feature their own unique adventures. The coast is perfect for those who enjoy snorkeling and who prefer to explore the colorful sites underwater. At the end of the day, where ever you go, whatever you do on Fernando de Noronha, you will want to bring a good camera.
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