Parrachos de Rio do Fogo, Rio do Fogo

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  • We did this tour with Fernando and we contacted him with a few months in advance. Nice boy and super attentive, took me several questions at watszap. Calling in advance he keeps your vacancy on the boat by a sign and the remainder can be paid on a credit card. The coral reefs are beautiful, in addition to still be super careful due to the limited number of visitors. Getting there there is a boat where sells drinks and barbecue on a stick and you pay when you arrive on the beach. Do not forget to do this tour and select with the low tide to enjoy.
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  • Really the place is beautiful and the height of the tide leaves the water dip at the knees. But the boats arriving on the scene face and run aground on the reef. If not preserved will be destroyed. Few fish that can only be approximate because play food. I thought regret the presence of boats selling drinks and making churrrasco in the middle of the sea and throwing the trash around. Unfortunately the villagers are exploring tourism and deteriorating the environment. Beautiful to see but sad knowing it's going to end very soon if he continues this way. Many boats, a lot of decay, little marine life.
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  • Did the Peroba trees (coral reefs of Rio do Fogo) with Punaú, Peroba trees natural pools I found much better than Maracajaú, there's no comparison, because in the coral reefs of Peroba trees, the water is waist, you can enjoy a lot watching the coral and fish in the crystal clear water. The tour is done by boat from the beach up to the coral reefs, 15 minutes to go and the same time for the return and we get almost 2 hours enjoying the natural pools. It's a stunning scenery ... just wonderful!
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