Enjoy a shared schooner ride in Ilha Grande, where you will visit 3 beaches: Lagoa Azul (Blue Lagoon), Freguesia de Santana and Japariz. Dive and swim during the stops (40-50 min each stop) and find for yourself the many natural beauties of Ilha Grande on this 5 hours schooner tour
05 hours approximately
Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
Fully refundable when canceled up to 24 hours prior to departure.
The beautiful Lagoa Azul, considered the 2nd wonder of Ilha Grande
Freguesia do Santana and the Ancient Church of Santana
Visit to Japariz, a very quiet beach with calm waters
Discover natural beauties of the Blue Lagoon
Professional Tour Guide (ENGLISH or PORTUGUESE speaking)
Food and drinks
Transfer to/from hotels or inns
Snorkel (available for rental)
The departure time for this tour varies according to the tide.
Safety instructions are provided at the departure. The schooner has dinghy and floats.
Lunch is not included.
Diving mask with snorkel available for rent - Approximated cost: 20,00 BRL
The tour is made by Schooner, with capacity for up to 150 people.
Each stop lasts 40 to 50 minutes. Tourists should be aware of the horn schooner, triggered after the time of each stop, indicating the end of it and therefore everyone must return to the schooner.
Meeting point at Getúlio Vargas Street, n.440. Vila do Abraão - 10:20 am
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The schooner departs at 10:30 am from the Vila do Abraão port. You will be taken to the first stop at Lagoa Azul (Blue Lagoon), one of the most famous, visited and contemplated places of Ilha Grande, for its beauty and formation of the islands that is fascinating. No wonder it was considered the 2nd Wonder of Ilha Grande. A snorkeling trip becomes unmissable in the turquoise and crystal clear waters. Next stop is Freguesia do Santana, where the settlement of Ilha Grande began. In the seventeenth century was the center of economic development.You will see the Church of Santana, built in 1843, with whale oil and sand from the beach. From there, the schooner goes to the last stop at Japariz, a very quiet beach with calm waters and where you will have time for lunch (not included).
After enjoying the last stop, the schooner departs at 3 pm and returns to the Vila do Abraão Port.