Leaving Morro was just heartbreaking...
Like TI said... Hey Lets get Away LOL
It is the most outstanding construction in Morro de Sao Paulo. A friendly arm for those at the sea as well as for those on land, it is a perfect spot to admire a calm night, full of stars. You can reach the Lighthouse through a trail that begins in front of the Church. There are two belvederes close to it, the northward one is where you can see the...more
Ull need about 20 min from 2nd beach to the fort ..theres also a fortress beach that appears only during low tide and which reveals a strip of sand next to the natural swimming pools that are ideal for snorkeling. Access, as one might guess, is located at the end of the fortress ruins.more
Strolling on the huge and deserted 4th beach, jogging, playing frisco ball or having a dip in the shallow and crystal clear natural swimming pools, or sipping caipirinhas on the load and popular 2nd beach, or just stare at the guys jumping from the top of the hill on the 1st beach..theres loads to do and fill in a whole happy happy summer:)more
I have enjoyed snorkelling much more than the diving trips to be honest. Combined with a very short kayak trip to a tiny sand island, a nice guide – Gabriel and wake up at 9 as opposed to 6 for the diving was definitely better choice. Plus we had better visibility, same fish and corral delightful scenery and less strong currents..more
We weren’t very lucky for the diving unfortunately. December and January are meant to be the best months however the plankton was growing, we had very strong currents and bit of rain..plus the diving instructors were not paying enough attention..so for our both trips we had 5 meters visibility which was quite distressful when you are used with more...more
This was the best meal in Morro but probably the slowest ever. The guys serving us must have had at least 2 joints while serving us during 4 hours almost:) Delicious lobster, great salad and amazing desert - surprise fruit salad with mango icecream and passion fruit yammiii...more
It was located underneath a Pousada in the centre called Baleai. It was quite small with a cosy kind of feel. Steak wrapped in Bacon served with mashed Potatoes for the main and the fish balls were good as a starter because they were composed 95 percent out of fish rrather than 30-40 percent!more
A couple of suggestions:- Start the evening on the third beach. The night falls, the beach dissapears, th stars come out one by one, u could simply stare at the amazing sky while sipping our caipirinha and eventually listen to some U2 or sweet Brazilian music- Have dinner somewhere nice in the village - main square or highstreet, have a capirinha,...more
There isnt really very much to do at night at Morro, exept from drinking the fabulous Fruitcocktails which are served on the "Town Square!" That is if you dont prefere yo go to bars and restaurants on Second Beach!There you can drink some faboluos cocktails freshly shaken from the Bar that is opened from around 20.00 at night! I like it, because...more
If you like shopping, forget about this place! There is almost nothing to buy! I think that was one of the things that made me LOVE this place!
Si te gusta comprar, olvidate de este lugar!
Casi no hay nada para comprar! Creo que esta fue una de las razones por las que AME este lugar!
What to buy: Sunblocks, water, beer, coke and food...
protectores solares, agua, cerveza, Coca Cola y comida...
What to pay: Its not cheap (for argentinians and brazilians).
No es barato (para argentinos y brasileros)
Posto Médico de Morro de SP: (005575) 483-1028
Farmácia do Morro de SP: (005575) 483-1041
Prefeitura: (005575) 783-1077
Rodoviária: (005575) 741-4805
Informações turísticas: (005575) 483-1083/483-1589
Hospital: (005575) 741-3621
Catamarã Biotur (005575) 641- 3327/653-7080
Catamarã Farol do Morro (005575) 483-1036
Addey Taxi Aereo: (005575) 483-1385/1598
Aerostar Taxi Aereo: (005575) 483-1312
Be prepared that it is extremely difficult to get cash on Morro. When we were there there was only one ATM and it did not accept our bank cards, we had to take an hour boat ride to a neighboring island to get cash (which was kinda fun actually). So, because of this we ended up using our credit cards quite a bit (they are widely accepted). We used a...more
something not to big or heavy! (you'll thank me later) Almost nothing, you don't need it to sunbath!Take comfortable shoes, look at the picture of the streets...Casi nada, no lo necesitaras para tomar sol!Llevar zapatos comodos, mira las fotos de las calles... Ask there about the "bicho do pe", there's a fly that if bites you, gives you a kind of...more
Something not too heavy becuse when you get of the boat... there is alot of uphill walking to be done... so a light rucksack will suffice. Mosquito spray... BRING it... I left mine behind in Salvador and they had run out in the main shop at the islands centre... so I was screwed and they really got me!more