By: P. Szwarc
Fernando De Noronha, located about 350 kilometers off Brazil’s northeast coast, is made up of 21 islands and is an extremely important marine conservation area.
Personally, I can say that it is in a league of its own when it comes to breath-taking views. From the soft sand that covers your toes as you stroll alongside breathtaking beaches, to the warm, crystalline waters that are home to turtles, dolphins, rays, and sharks amongst many other species, Fernando de Noronha really is the closest one can get to paradise!
In this article, I’m going to go through everything you’ll want to consider when planning a Fernando de Noronha trip.
When to go:
Fernando de Noronha has two basic seasons, the wet and the dry. If you’re into scuba diving, the best time to visit is from August to November. However, if you prefer surfing, the best time to do so is from January to March. If you’re into simply sitting back and relaxing, Fernando de Noronha is a all year-round destination. Nevertheless, it is very important to book in advance, since hotels can get overbooked in an instant.
What to do: