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great to experience a coral reef, with guides who know and explain (in protuguese) well. The boat trip out to the reef is great, nice rolling waves but not too big. Different fish to see (hire the snorkels and croc shoes at the agents) and...More
A decent reef in this part of Brazil.
But the crowds are horrendous.. and the Brazilians love to travel in big crowds
(the successors to the Japanese..?)... and 90 percent stay in a small area, where the water is murky due to the maddening crowds.....More
The only good thing about this trip was the group of guys explaining how we should respect nature. And then we went walking on the corals to look at fish, which were few. In my opinion, it would be much better if they just left...More
This is a bit different than your usual reef tour. You get to the reef and then walk over the part that is above water at lower tide. At the center is a "lake" of sorts that you can swim around with hundreds of others....More
If you have the opportunity to go do - there's a lot of fish to see and a few people to tell you about the marine life in the area. When the tide is at it's lowest you can sit on a patch of beach...More
A 45 min boat ride will get you to the coral reef, be sure to rent snorkel gear for 5R, Crocs (or take your own)for 5R and get the camera protector for 20R. The reef is only accessible during the morning, the tides cover it...More