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Ilha Grande, Brazil

If you've spent your life searching for paradise, you'll find it in Ihla Grande. The former inhabitants who made this paradise a home have long abandoned their posts. There has been little colonization since, which has helped to maintain Ilha Grande's charming appeal, sparkling waters, lush rainforests and natural beauty. Now you will be able to explore one of the world's remaining tropical paradises.

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Ilha Grande, Brazil

Port of Call

The One Thing You Don't Want to Miss

There are enough islands here to occupy every day of your adventure. Many experienced navigators have made a home of this pristine island and can share many astonishing facts on a boating tour through the tranquil, sparkling waters of the Green Bay.

Sporting Adventures

Ilha Grande - literally meaning "Big Island" - is considered to be the largest and best island for trekking enthusiasts. Explore the untouched habitats, sparkling waterfalls, and lush trails of the mountains. Or simply let the sun drench your skin while you hike over beaches overflowing with natural beauty.

Other Fun Things to Do

  • Soak up the exquisiteness of Lopes Mendes Beach. Populated by everything from surfers to monkeys, Ilha Grande is considered one of the top ten most beautiful beaches.
  • When you’ve had your fill of the island’s some 360 beaches, explore beneath the surrounding tranquil waters on a snorkeling adventure.
  • Experienced rowers and paddling neophytes alike can explore the serene waters and remote, unspoiled beaches on a kayaking trip.
  • An action packed afternoon of exploring will work up your appetite for a magnificent spa treatment. From invigorating Yoga to a deep tissue massage, visit one of these charming spas and give your body a relaxing treat.

Get a Taste of Local Flavor

Fertile waters surround the hundreds of beaches, and the local chefs take full advantage by harvesting their delicious dishes from under the sea. Stroll along the charming streets for a quick bite from one of the beach huts, or plan an evening around a delectable dish of paella at a fine dining restaurant. Either way, you will enjoy a variety of mouth-watering seafood prepared with fresh, local ingredients.

Local Currency

Brazil's currency is the Brazilian real (BRL). Most stores will accept credit cards; however, traveler''s checks are not usually accepted. You may get a discount if you pay with cash.

Weather in Ilha Grande, Brazil


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Average Precip. 7.3 in 18.54 cm

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