Fernando de Noronha Marine National Park, Fernando de Noronha

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Fernando de Noronha Marine National Park is home to clear waters, rich marine life, and picture-perfect tropical scenery. The area shelters the highest concentration of dolphins in the world and offers arguably some of the best beaches in all of Brazil. To visit Fernando de Noronha Marine National Park and get the most from your holiday in Fernando de Noronha, create itinerary details personal to you using our Fernando de Noronha vacation planner.
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  • It's worth taking that trail that has a easy so that children can participate, natural pools, important reach at low tide.
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  • This was one of the most delighted I have ever met in my life! It's a shame to know that the little opportunism will end it all. Just talk to the residents of the island to know that they are lying, the merce. We pay very high fees and fundraising is not invested for the benefit of the island and its inhabitants. Who is born and lives in this increasingly losing the space and the right. Who manages the island, don't live there! How can you understand the problems of the place?? Where is the hospital and clinic? The schools are sucateadas, residents have kidney stones because drinking water is desalinated water. If you want to drink clean water, you have to shell out $5 litre. Residents yearn for help. No means of communication go there to listen to your problems, is far away and expensive, they do not know who to turn to. If you can help in any way, look for a resident of Noronha. You will be amazing when she finds out the corruption that is destroying the island. You've seen the tracks of protest asking sewer, health and education?
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  • Noronha is without a doubt a paradise, but also there is some exploitation, both pro especially for tourists who is resident. I couldn't see any return on the rates that each pay to enter the island. Town without a lot of infrastructure, see garbage and rubble on the streets. The value of the fees we paid, most will p PE State and only a small part is in Noronha. The city has a hospital that meets the basic service. If you need something more complex, you have to go out. Absurdly expensive food and place pro value you pay, bad. Worth knowing the TAMAR project. During the week's talks the 8:00 pm, each day a theme. TAMAR project activities are free (). Public transport in 5 real value. A resident of the island do not pay. Taxi costs on average 23 reais. They have an app q te of the values of the races. Is tabled. You can also rent buggy. I saw people who got up by real 180 daily. Well worth getting to know this place. As I said earlier, a paradise! I was delighted with the beauty of Fernando de Noronha.
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