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The archipelago of Fernando de Noronha is located 50 minutes by plane from Natal on the northeast coast of Brazil. It is known as the "Emerald of the Atlantic" for its beauty and clarity of its waters. This is a group of islands, formed from an underwater volcanic mountain (the main islands are the visible part of a series of underwater mountains whose base descends to 13123 ft) of which 70% is a National Marine Park where spearfishing is banned. Its landscapes include beaches, rock formations and turquoise waters. Such is the beauty of the archipelago, the Noroñense authority encourages responsible tourism and resource conservation. The accommodation is in bungalows or huts called "pousadas" as there are no hotels on the archipelago. Most have showers, ceiling fan and  sometimes air conditioning. It is an authentic atmosphere with typical Brazilian food and   drinks. Visitor numbers to the islands are limited and the local government has set a fee per person per day of stay, which is payable on arrival, for ecological heritage preservation. The calm, clear waters of Fernando de Noronha, with an average temperature of 77 º to 80º F and up to 131 ft of visibility, often surprise us with frequent sightings of dolphins, turtles, schools of barracudas, and even sharks amongst shipwrecks.

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