There is an absolutely unforgettable island
lost in the jewel colored Atlantic, off the coast of Brazil
It is an amazing Archipelago, fringed with jungle...
Fernando de Noronha
You will not find large hotels, If you are priveledged
to visit...You live on and with the land...
as a matter of fact, to maintain the islands integrity and beauty,
only a certain amount of people are allowed to visit per day.
There are more spinner dolphins and sea turtles than people on Fernando de Noronha.
The result: its 16 immaculate beaches, set between craggy sea cliffs and the volcanic rock formations emerging from translucent waters, are virtually deserted.
Nearly everything and everyone on the seven-square-mile main island is geared toward preserving Noronha's abundant marine life and land species.
There are a couple of Pousadas (Inns) that were built
in peace with this eden of an island...
Pousada Maravilha (you must visit their site...oh!)
has only 8 bungalows, simple...but beautiful...Another sliver of paradise is the Pousada Teju Acu...
We had planned on visiting this elusive beauty of an island this past spring, when we were
in Brazil. It wasn't in the cards for us....that time.
...hope springs eternal