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From Rio de Janeiro: Angra dos Reis Boat Trip with Lunch

1. From Rio de Janeiro: Angra dos Reis Boat Trip with Lunch

Visit the islands of Angra do Reis on this boat trip from Rio de Janeiro. Sail through the archipelago of Ilha Grande. Disembark on the small islands to explore the beaches, browse the markets, and snorkel in the deep blue waters. Savor lunch on board and enjoy round-trip transfers from Rio hotels. Relax on the 3-hour drive to the city of Angra dos Reis. A quick pit-stop on the road will be made to use bathroom facilities and buy a snack. Upon arrival in the docks, enjoy a schooner ride through the hundreds of islands of Angra dos Reis.  Marvel at the beauty of the most famous island of it all: Ilha Grande. Revel at the crystal clear water and rent a snorkel on the spot to see the different species of fish. After, devour the buffet lunch in a fishermen’s village. Explore different stops during the day in places such as the Blue Lagoon, Cataguases beach, and Japariz or Araçá beaches. The captain will choose the best spots depending on crowds and weather conditions.

Angra dos Reis: 5-Stop Ilha Grande Speedboat Tour

2. Angra dos Reis: 5-Stop Ilha Grande Speedboat Tour

Take a shared speedboat tour to discover some of the beaches on Angra's biggest island, the beautiful and famous Ilha Grande. Make several stops for swimming and enjoy the rainforest scenery and blue waters. Make your way to the departure point at Estação Santa Luzia, in the center of Angra dos Reis. Then, hop into the speedboat at 11:30 AM and set off on your approximately 5-hour tour. Along the way, make 5 different stops of around 20 minutes. First, head to the natural aquarium of Lagoa Azul, and be surrounded by multicolored fish in the blue waters. From there, move on the white sand and beautiful water of Grumixama, a perfect spot for pictures. Next, make a longer stop for lunch (not included) at a restaurant on Japariz beach. After lunch, go to Freguesia de Santana, a beach that houses Angra dos Reis's first church. Enjoy a short walk or swim, if you like, and admire the reflection of the rainforest in the water. Finally, visit Catagueses, 2 small islands of white sand that were the scene of some TV commercials in the 1980s.

From Abraão, Ilha Grande: Blue Lagoon Half-Day Schooner Tour

3. From Abraão, Ilha Grande: Blue Lagoon Half-Day Schooner Tour

Meet your group at the meeting point in Abraão on Ilha Grande, then depart for a half-day in nature on one of the most classic tours on the island. Discover one of the hottest tourist spots on Ilha Grande, the Blue Lagoon, a calm bay with transparent waters perfect for snorkeling. After boarding the schooner, head to the Blue Lagoon, whose nickname was inspired by the 80's movie classic with actress Brooke Shields. Once the boat has moored, swim and float in the natural pool surrounded by schools of colorful fish, starfish, and other diverse sea fauna characteristic of Ilha Grande bay. After swimming, move on to "Freguesia de Santana" where Santana Church is located. Built in 1796, it's an important site of historical heritage on the island. Make your last stop for an optional lunch at the beautiful Japariz Beach. The tour concludes with a return trip to Abraão.

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What people are saying about Blue Lagoon, Ilha Grande

Overall rating

4.1 / 5

based on 91 reviews

This was a great experience. The guides are really good, and believe me I have been a professional guide. They really know what they’re doing and they’re so nice and good at organizing the event. I really enjoyed being on the boat, and seeing the fish in the ocean, and all the beautiful beaches of the beautiful islands. It’s good to know what to expect, the ride from the city to the where the boat is is the hardest part, and the longest. Because I had read some of the reviews before embarking on this adventure, I knew what to expect and therefore I had a good time, because I was organized accordingly. I had my music to listen to in the bus and so on. So I really had the most of the experience! Yes the boat is a bit crowded, but it is a happy crowd, and it is contagious. People dance laugh. I don’t like crowds, and I had a really good time. So I recommend!

Rachel our guide was very nice and helpful and always asked about wellbeing. She did the tour in three languages and was always considerate of everyone. The boat ride was very nice. You saw a lot and the crew was also very nice. We were on the boat with three groups, quite a lot of people but there was enough space for everyone. Sometimes it was a bit stressful because you didn't have much time on the islands, but you saw a lot. I liked it.

The trip is a must! Need to wear something thick on the bus, was too cold, but once you get to the boat, the experience gets better and you will definitely enjoy the beautiful islands, snorkeling, professional staff and goooood vibes!!

Although the weather was not very sunny, it was a great boat trip to different bays to swine and enjoy the nature.

Excellent experience, from Italy with you and now with Brazil a wonderful experience.