Fernando De Noronha
Can you the Brazil made from the rock?
Now we are back on he road again, but this time we are driving. Our first leg from Fortaleza to Recife, click here to see our route, took around 10 hours. We spent the night in Recife and flew the next morning to Fernando De Noronha (FDN), click here to see a map.
FDN's version of the Bay of Pigs with the "two brothers" in the back
FDN is an archipelago of 21 islands about 540km from Recife. All the islands make up a National Park and only the largest island is inhabited with approximately 4000 residents. Supposedly only around 700 can fly to the island on any given day, keeping the foot traffic to a minimum for conservation purposes. I’m not sure how cruise lines are able to come on to the island, but there was one docked for two days while we were here and you could definitely see the number of people on the island increase on the tours.
Dolphins following our boat tour
Praia do Sueste
Theses Lizards were Everywhere!
The "two brothers" in the evening
Praia Cacimba do Padre
Take a bite out of the moon
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