The Capital of Sailing
This “beautiful island” lives up to its name, and today belies its once lurid reputation as a hideout of smugglers and pirates.
Where once failed coffee plantations replaced lush vegetation, the land has been reclaimed, and state park trails provide access to a luscious green jungle, with numerous waterfalls where you can stop for a swim along the way. Divers will find great opportunities on some of the many shipwrecks off the coast.
And when you work up an appetite there is nothing better than shrimp right off the boat, accompanied by Brazil’s national cocktail, the Caipirinha.Download An Explorer Guide +
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