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Tourist numbers are strictly regulated on the archipelago of Fernando de Noronha. Located off the North-East coast of Brazil, this remote island group is an eco-tourist’s dream. Declared a Marine National Park in 1988, there are 21 islands in total, only one of which is permanently inhabited.

Explore the islands on foot and you can be certain that you will have this rugged wilderness destination to yourself. Underwater the visibility is more than 30 metres, making it one of the world’s greatest snorkelling and dive sites. Spinner Dolphins, Hawksbill and Green Turtles can often be found close to shore.