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Ilha dos Lobos, Torres
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Little more than a slab of rock, barely raised out of the sea, Ilha dos Lobos's attraction is the colony of sea lions that make it their home--the only place they can be found in Brazil at certain times of the year. Boat trips to the island allow you to get a close up view of the sea lions, should you brave the choppy seas, and looking back to the mainland you have an unrivalled view of the Torres cityscape. To visit Ilha dos Lobos and get the most from your holiday in Torres, create itinerary details personal to you using our Torres itinerary builder.
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  • Although not me vegeto to call these stones on stones island has its charm as temporary shelter from the sea lions. Hence its title "island".
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  • This unforgettable boat ride, the day I went the seals were sunbathing, everything perfect.
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  • I had this experience a few months and the cost x benefit is suitable to what you see, not only the island of wolves because the boat can get too close, but you can see the seals of the boat. As you may know the island is u rock that only animals abitam, not to get off the boat. The output is pretty quiet soft us without much bump helped by boat and, of course, will also captain. I'm a worshiper of the sea and city views are very beautiful, traveled to the South where it is possible to view the cliffs of towers and some caves that we have not read off. My tip for showing on ilha dos lobos, take a "support" to steady the image from your camera, waves do not allow a good position on the boat and if you have a lot of people you will have no where to stand for a better shooting, a good zoom help in filming. The seals, in General, are quiet, allowing the footage and pictures. The captain of the boat allows customers to take pictures at the helm, generally stay well beautiful and fun. The return is quiet as well as join channel. Recommend the tour.
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