Jericoacoara and Pipa on the mainland, and Fernando do Noronha
island, are beach havens and full of wildlife and activities
aplenty. Jericoacoara, or 'Jeri' as it's fondly referred to by
locals, has a seductive and low key feel that attracts a laid back
crowd looking for somewhere to relax or to enjoy windsurfing or
The landscape changes to the south, around Pipa, where the warm
tropical seawater is frequented by turtles and dolphins and the
scenery becomes a mix of dramatic cliff faces and giant sand dunes.
In the village itself, there are some excellent eateries hidden
away for those in the know - we will ensure you are.
Flying in to Fernando do Noronha, you are given a bird's-eye
view of the islands' deserted cream beaches and hills clad in
tropical vegetation. Accommodation is on the largest island, also
called Fernando, and the only one that is inhabited. The island's
controlled visitor numbers means that you will have the pick of the
14 beaches and can choose from those that are ideal for surfing, or
others that are more sheltered and perfect for swimming,
snorkelling or sunbathing. With a year-round temperature of 25°C,
Fernando de Noronha is a little piece of paradise.