Welcome to Parque Nacional Marinho de Abrolhos

It is thought that the name of Brazil’s first marine park comes from a sailor’s warning: when approaching land, open your eyes (abre os olhos). Abrolhos covers an area of 913 sq km, including reefs noted for the variety of colors and a five-island archipelago that Charles Darwin, aboard the HMS Beagle, visited in 1832. These days the primary residents of the archipelago are migrating birds and humpback whales (June... Read More

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