Information About Fernando de Noronha Travel Tips


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Information About Fernando de Noronha - Travel Tips

When planning your trip remember that Fernando de Noronha is always warm (average temperature 25°C or 77°F) and has a rainy season (January to August) and a dry season (September to December). Suitable clothing should be taken, depending on which month you are traveling. 

Here are some useful tips to help you plan your trip: 
  • The time is one hour later than Brazilian Standard Time.
  • Mosquito Repellent and sunscreen are necessary. 
  • Underwater currents can occur on some beaches, so be careful when swimming in the sea.
  • Take good walking shoes if you are planning on doing any trekking around the island and a pair of long trousers if you plan to go horse riding.
  • You do not need to take any diving or snorkeling equipment, as our tour operators on the island will supply this. 
  • Take comfortable clothes; the island is very casual. 
  • Binoculars will be useful when viewing wildlife and nature.
  • You may wish to take an underwater camera, as the marine life is exceptionally beautiful.
  • The tap water is unsafe to drink. 
  • The electricity is 220 volts AC.
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