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By Iris Garrido
June 28, 2017
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trek the marine reserve in noronha
Paradise incarnate

So pristine

The epitome of an unspoiled paradise, UNESCO heritage site Fernando do Noronha, is a string of islands 220 miles off the coast of Brazil. This national marine park has waters so pristine and wildlife so precious - beaches brimming with dolphins, lobsters, sea turtles and corals - you’re literally not allowed to swim with sunscreen on in some places. With a guest limit of only about 400 visitors allowed at any given time makes this sanctuary both epic and notoriously exclusive so if you're looking for a deserted island with a bit of luxury this is the place for you! In the waters you can find huge schools of dolphins which come close to the shore and these waters are perfect for diving. Noronha has some of the best diving in the world with countless wreck dives possible and an abundance of unique fish and marine life.