The Fernando de Noronha Archipelago is a Marine National Park located 200 miles off the northeastern coast of Brazil. Noronha is a mountainous archipelago of volcanic origin that was wonderfully shaped into one large island and 20 smaller ones. Their beautiful sandy beaches and crystal-clear water host the most diverse marine life in Brazil. The archipelago is a world-class dive destination and a heavenly retreat for underwater pleasures. Due to its open ocean location, which provides pelagic fish and ocean mammals a refuge and the strict protections placed on this national park by the Brazilian environmental protection agency, we can guarantee the fish will be there when you are. The dive sites include a wreck dive, caverns, amazing coral and volcanic rock formations, an array of reef sharks, rare green and comb turtles of up to 660 pounds, schooling barracuda, all kinds of rays and schooling reef fishes of every kind and color, and wild dolphins.
How to get there: Daily flights connect the capital cities of Natal/RN and Recife/PE with Fernando de Noronha.