We propose an expedition from the colonial city of Caravelas to the Abrolhos archipelago, to receive the new year in this privileged place of nature!
The value we publish is per adult for the entire entire expedition! The expedition is confirmed with a minimum of 12 people!
Abrolhos consists of 5 islands, and is one of the most important marine conservation units in Brazil. In 1832, he was visited by Charles Darwin himself! It is a unique reef in South America, where you can see endangered sea turtles that take refuge in the park, tropical sea birds and other migrants from the northern hemisphere.
Caravelas is a colonial city, founded by the Portuguese in 1581. It was a whaling port and today is a fishing port with little tourist activity. It still retains much of its colonial architecture
Languages on board: Spanish, English, Portuguese and a little bit of Frances
29-12: Boarding at Caravelas at night
30-12 Departure from Caravelas and navigation to Abrolhos. Afternoon arrival
31-12 Day in Abrolhos and special dinner. New Year's party on board
Special New Year's dinner with drinks and toasts, music, etc.
01-12 Day in Abrolhos
02-12 Return navigation for Caravelas
In Abrolhos, the ship will be anchored (anchor) and people can get off to take a guided tour by the people of the Park, on the Siriba, Redonda and Santa Bárbara Islands.
It is possible to make a complete walk on Siriba Island, of 1 hour approx. With special permission, you can descend on Round Island. Here there are pente turtles, big-headed turtles and green turtles). Finally, on Santa Barbara Island, the monitors organize a walk to visit the Santa Barbara Lighthouse, built in 1861.
In the sea, it is possible to bathe, swim, snorkel, etc!
. Environmental rate: ICMBIO places a daily rate (per night) (children with up to 12 years and adults over 60 do not pay).
. Alcoholic beverages of your choice
. Snacks, snacks, etc. to eat or roast outside meal times
. Elements of personal hygiene
. Personal medication
. Comfortable clothes
. Bath towel in the sea
In case of presenting allergies or any other type of illness, etc., we ask that you inform us in advance
About the Host
The Zuccaro, we are an Argentine family that we live on board the Gulet Gringo. Fernando, its captain was the one who restored it and put it to sail again. We open the doors of our house for those who want to live the experience of touring this wonderful place in an unforgettable way
The captain is a recognized and experienced navigator