Three Day Itinerary
Day 1 - Ilhatur (or rental buggy to see the island on your own). The tour lasts all day, and visitors will get to know much of the archipelago, always accompanied by a guide who goes all the details of each site.The tour is by car (truck or buggy), but visitors often leave the car to listen to the explanations of the guides, take plenty of pictures of landscapes, and cool off in the clear waters. On some beaches there will be a stop for snorkeling to see turtles, lobsters and fish of all kinds.The tour starts around 8 am, has a stop for lunch (which is not included in the tour) and then continues. At the end of the tour you will have the opportunity to witness one of the greatest spectacles of the island: the sunset, seen from Fort St. Peter's Boldró (Fortinho). The tour ends at around 18h.
Day 2 - Boat Ride. We suggest taking the boat ride in the morning, as it is the most common time to see the dolphins.The tour starts from the Port of St. Anthony (east of the island) and travels past several beaches: Biboca Beach, Dog Beach, Middle Beach, Praia da Conceição, Praia do Boldró, American Beach, Bode Beach, Beach Quixabinha, Cacimba Father, Bay of Pigs, Bay of Sancho, Dolphin Bay and finally the tip of the shoe (west of the island). This tour traverses the island from end-to-end. On the way back the boat anchors in the Bay of Sancho so that visitors can snorkel in some of the most beautiful waters of Brazil.The climax of the tour is the encounter with spinner dolphins which often accompany the boat, giving a concert next to the visitors.
Day 3 - Fernando de Noronha. We recommend using this day to rest and enjoy the beauties of Fernando de Noronha. In the morning you can go to the beach Cacimba of the Father, the scene of one of the stages of the world championship of surfing. After a quick walk, you will have access to the Bay of Pigs, a great beach to practice diving when conditions are favorable.
We suggest taking the path of Dolphin Bay, passing through various viewpoints and ending down the staircase that leads to Sancho Bay.