Location: Pousada Maravilha is a small charming hotel located on the tropical island of Fernando de Noronha, a top honeymoon destination in Brazil. The hotel is placed in Baía do Sueste, five minutes from the airport and 200 meters from the beach. A UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, the island has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. In Noronha, two seasons prevail during the year: the dry season, which runs from September to February, and the rainy season, with occasional rains from March to June. The temperature varies a little keeping the average of 28ºC, with a lot of sun and a refreshing breeze. This paradise has more than 10 different beaches, each with its own charm.
How to get here: Fernando de Noronha is reachable on a short direct flight of 1h20 from Recife (REC).
Structure: At Pousada Maravilha, all the suites are equipped with futons, hammocks, digital air conditioning, mini bar, plasma 37’ TV, cable TV with over 100 channels, blue ray, safe, super king size canopy beds, bathroom separate from the shower room, trussardi trousseau, goose feather and latex pillows, bathrobe, Natura amenities and hot tub with hydro-massage on the balcony. The on-site restaurant has been recognized with several gastronomic awards. It offers contemporary cuisine that values regional ingredients, with outdoor tables and a stunning view of the paradise. The spa has special volcanic treatments, Shiatsu and acupuncture and more. They do not accept children under 8 years old, except in the month of July, upon signature of parental responsibility.
Why staying here: Pousada Maravilha is one of the nicest luxury boutique hotels in Brazil. This is a great choice for an outstanding honeymoon trip.
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This trip will take you to the state of Pernambuco to see the colorful colonial town of Olinda and the spectacular archipelago of Fernando de Noronha, which is only a short flight away from Recife. This trip is a mix of culture and beach relaxation. Olinda, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, placed on a hill overlooking Recife and the ocean, is one of the best preserved historic places in Brazil. Fernando de Noronha archipelago, which is also a UNESCO Heritage Site and a National Marine Park, on its turn, with its crystal-clear waters and a rich marine life, has a heavenly underwater system and some of the best beaches in the world.View full itinerary