Enjoy an active adventure in Brazil, with this trip to the archipelago of Fernando de Noronha. These remote and protected Atlantic islands 350km off the northeast coast of Brazil are little-known by most visitors, yet they are home to spectacular marine life like spinner dolphins, turtles and whales as well as colourful underwater worlds. Here, you can enjoy an ‘off-grid’ adventure exploring idyllic white beaches, year-round warm waters. Dive, snorkel or surf, or hike in an untouched paradise and enjoy some remarkable guided walks that will introduce you to the best spots on the island. Fernando de Noronha is also a perfect addition to create a truly unique Brazil honeymoon.
This itinerary can be tailored to suit your requirements, please contact one of our consultants to start planning your dream trip.
On arrival at Fernando de Noronha airport, you will be met and taken by private transfer to your hotel where you will check in for a 5-night stay.
Today, you’ll take a guided walk to discover the many beaches and bays of the island’s ‘inner sea’ (the coastline that faces mainland Brazil), where the shimmering emerald-colour waters lap the shores.
The first stop will be Cacimba do Padre beach, one of the largest on the islands, which is characterised by its dramatic off-shore rock stacks and nesting turtles. Continue your walk to visit Porcos’ Bay, Bode’s beach and Boldró beach, and when the sea conditions are favourable – stop for an exhilarating swim and snorkel in the unbelievably crystal-clear turquoise ocean. The entire archipelago is designated as a National Park because it brims with abundant marine life – so there’s so much to experience underwater.
Today’s walk will be a total of 4 hours approximately.
Today you will you’ll take a boat tour to the tip of the island to Sapata point which can only be accessed by boat. After your boat trip, we’ve arranged a 3-hour walk across Dolphins’ Bay where you can rest for swimming and snorkelling at the beautiful Sancho Bay beach and of course – spot dolphins!
Today is about elevation and panoramic views over the island. Today’s hike is a medium difficulty trail and lasts approximately 3 hours.
You’ll follow a track to one of the highest points of Fernando de Noronha and the lighthouse at 321m above sea level, which will reveal staggering 360 degrees view of the island. Along the ascent, you’ll stop at several natural lookouts that reveal Morro Dois Irmãos and Ilha do Frade.
Today we’ve left a day for you to explore more of the island independently, or maybe rest after all the activities of the previous days!
You will be collected at any time today and taken to the airport by private transfer to connect with your onward travel plans.
Fernando de Noronha enjoys a tropical climate all year round. There are two main seasons, with the rainy from February to July. The rest of the year sees little rain. There is very little change in temperatures throughout the year, ranging from the mid to high 20s degrees from January to December.
This itinerary is purely a suggestion and can be tailor-made to your requirements, so please contact us with your dates and requests, and we’ll put together a bespoke quotation for you
5nights in guest house style accommodation.
Hotels in this category include: