The Bay of Camamu forms an archipelago of closely set islands. Boipeba constitutes the southernmost island of the group. To get there, you need to first cross Tinhare, an island covered by tropical vegetation, most often with a 4WD vehicle (depending on the season sometimes by tractor...). After driving for an hour through deserted landscape, we reach the southern point at Garapuá beach.
We cross the Do Inferno in a barge. We settle in a pousada in the village of Boipeba.
Possibility of a hike along the Cardoso trail in the afternoon. It leads to the village of Moreré (for lunch: banana and coconut milk--moqueca de camarões--, the specialty of the village!), then return to Boipeba by skirting miles of deserted beaches fringed by coconut trees (Praia Cueira and Tassimirim). The surroundings of the little village are so pleasant that it is easy to ask ourselves if we might just spend the rest of our days there…
Meals open. Night in a pousada.
Option: extra day(s) on the island.