Fernando de Noronha is an isolated volcanic archipelago in the South Equatorial Atlantic, its main island being the visible part of a chain of submerged mountains. It is located 345 km from Natal and 545 km from Recife.
In 2001, Fernando de Noronha received the title of “Natural World Heritage Site”. Its great attraction is the crystal clear ocean filled with fish, sponges, algae, molluscs and corals and the white sandy beaches. The dolphins of the species Stenella longirostris, known as spinner dolphins due to the jumps with the rotation of the body that they usually perform, have an address in the Bay of Dolphins and are easily sighted at sunrise and sunset.
How to get there:
There are daily flights from Recife and Natal, lasting 2 hours
When to go:
The climate is tropical, with two well-defined seasons: the rainy season from January to August and the drought for the rest of the year. The dry season is preferable.