Natural Wonders Abound
The Northern Coast is a sparsely populated region with small towns and resorts dotted across its wide expanse. Its strength lies in remoteness and the opportunity to reconnect with nature and the wilderness. Ecotourism is a pillar of the region and no better place can this be witnessed than at Ilha de Fernando de Noronha. A volcanic archipelago, it is a protected marine and wildlife reserve. Sea turtles, rays and dolphins navigate the clear waters and opportunities to snorkels and see them up close are abundant. The island is strictly monitored but it is worth it to see nature thrive at its height.
The inland region is in sharp contrast to the coast with a lot more arid landscape. With lots of cacti, sand dunes and dry rock formations it is like stepping into a different world from the incredible blue hues of the coat. A sharp contrast that keeps visitors wanting more.