Fernando de Naronha

Fernando de Naronha is the largest of a string of islands that are the remains of two volcanic calderas from different epochs.

The island is a world heritage site for its unique position, natural beauty and sea life.

There is a major turtle feeding area and porpoises nearby, as well as a major worldwide scuba diving area a small way off shore. Visitors are limited to an average of 420 people per day.

Judy described the beaches as fulfilling her phantasy of the best beaches in the world. We spent a week there and wrote this journal about our visit.

It was hard to leave.

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