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We enjoyed a (much too short) morning exploring the tide pools in Morere. I would definitely recommend getting a quadro-taxi from the main town to get here quickly and have more time to play. We attempted to get to Morere the day before, only to...More
A very deserted beach 2,5km away from Boipeba. Loved it since the first meters. There’s a long sand area and the waters look very calm for those who can’t swim. There’s nearly a mile of walk until you get to the swamp that separates Morere...More
Very peaceful beach, worth the visit. We arrived there by foot coming from praia da Cueira. At the very beginning there is “barraca morere” where you will eat the best pasteis of your life, I’ve tried all their options (Siri, Lagosta and Aratu) ans they...More
Lovely, quiet part of the island. To get here you have to take a tractor from Velho Boipeba - it takes around 20 mins. It's a great base as you can walk to the best beaches in the island (Boinema and castelhanos) also there is...More
Pros: on the low tide, you can ride a canoo or small boat to see amazing natural pools with amazing fishes..
Cons: lots of people come from the nearby Morro de São Paulo island on big boats and kind of ruin the setting..
Velha Boipeba is more or less an 1h30-2hs walk from Boipeba, but you can only walk through when the tide is low. It is a lovely walk! If you prefer, you can get a "truck" from Old Boipeba tô Moreré - that Will take you 20-30... More
Velha Boipeba is more or less an 1h30-2hs walk from Boipeba, but you can only walk through when the tide is low. It is a lovely walk! If you prefer, you can get a "truck" from Old Boipeba tô Moreré - that Will take you 20-30 mins.