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The most isolated place in Brazil (and you won’t know it)

By Eduardo Vessoni

A four-day journey from the mainland and 1,140 kilometers off the coast of Vitória, in Espírito Santo, underwater mountains emerge 5,500 meters from the ocean like volcanic castles, surrounded by inaccessible islets.

There are 16 isolated beaches, with a temperature that varies between 21°C and 27°C and surroundings covered by giant ferns up to six meters high.

It's all very beautiful, but you won't be able to visit this archipelago with two main islands, Trindade and Martim Vaz.

Unless you are a member of the Armed Forces or . . .

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