Daily departures available with a minimum of 2 participants (subject to availability)
Day 1 FERNANDO DE NORONHA
Arrival in Fernando de Noronha, meeting and transfer to your accommodation.
Day 2 FERNANDO DE NORONHA (B)
Breakfast at hotel. Day at leisure to explore this stunning location.
Day 3 FERNANDO DE NORONHA (B)
After breakfast, and at the scheduled time, transfer to Fernando de Noronha Airport for your onward flight. Extension programs can be arranged by Latino Holidays.
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Food Code = (B) – Breakfast, (L) – Lunch, (D) – Dinner.
LHIDFEN006 *Please note: prices based on twin share, per person, low season. Accommodation in Pousada. Note: Fernando de Noronha has a mandatory preservation tax of the Island – entrance ticket for the National Marine Park, that is not included, but will need to be paid. Optional tours not included and are at extra cost. The itinerary & pricing can change at any time due to availability & of activities. Please check our website for full terms and conditions*
More information on Brazil:
Brazil – with the country’s name, one associates endless Amazon jungle, wonderful beaches, Rio de Janeiro, carnival and samba. This is all correct but in reality: Brazil is much more than a country of the superlatives!
Brazil, a country of immense proportions and contrasts, is a mysterious attraction for many people – The country, alone, is almost the size of Europe and covers half of the South American continent. The climate changes from the permanent warm, tropic north over all sub tropic variants to the moderate South. Since the 16th century – when the Portuguese began to settle in the country – Brazil has always had a magic attraction for foreigners. First there was the gold and then rubber and coffee, and today it is above all the rhythm and the exotic that attracts tourists. The Brazilians show a lot of happiness, kindness and spontaneity. The largest country in South America is a mirror of fascinating pictures.
More information on Fernando de Noronha:
The archipelago of Fernando de Noronha consists of 21 islands, with a total surface area of 26 square kilometres, that lie 345 kilometres off the northeast coast and were created over 10 million years ago by a volcanic eruption. Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, the archipelago is a haven for marine wildlife and in 1989 was declared a National Marine Park. Visitors are rewarded with native sub-tropical vegetation, varied flora and fauna, secluded beaches and excellent scuba-diving and snorkeling. Thousands of sea turtles live here and – although it is now prohibited to swim with them – the archipelago is home to the Atlantic’s sole group of ‘stenella longirostis’ dolphins, which can be seen from unspoiled beaches such as Praia da Quixaba, Praia do Leão, Praia do Bode. From the summit of the Morro do Pico there is a lovely panorama of the entire group of islands. Environmental protection is the island’s top priority, so there are no high-rise hotels, and living conditions are still relatively modest. Visitors are obliged to pay an environmental protection tax .
More information on visa requirements:
Australians are required to pre-arrange a visa. The visa will normally give you the right to spend 90 days in the country.
For more information, visit: http://camberra.itamaraty.gov.br/en-us/tourist_visa.xml