Day Trip to Campeche Island
The Campeche Island is a piece of paradise, with the crystalline waters and preserved vegetation. It’s located in the southern region of Florianópolis. The place is home to the largest number of rock inscriptions that have been mapped in Florianópolis. The sites containing artefacts belonging to various indigenous groups. So, in 2010, government included the place as part of the National Archaeological and Landscape Heritage.
To ensure the preservation of heritage sites, consequently, entry onto the island is limited. Because of it, only 800 people can gain access daily. In the high season, the trip to Campeche Island is very popular, with tour groups visiting between 9 am to 5 pm. Placements are competitive and it is worth booking in advance or arriving at the departure point before 8:30 in the morning. The trails that lead to the archaeological sites are a rescue to the Guarani indigenous culture. Also, the crystal clear waters around the island provide excellent conditions for snorkeling.
The main access point to the Island of Campeche is the Armação Beach in the south of Florianópolis. The transportation to the island is carried out in artisanal fishing boats. In addition to the Armação Beach, the boats for Campeche Island leave from two other points: Campeche Beach, in the south of Florianópolis, and Barra da Lagoa, in the east region.
Campeche Island is a must see and you can not afford to miss this opportunity. Book your place on one of the three best tours of Florianópolis, as elected by Trip Advisor!!!
The price is R$170.00.
Reserve your spot now with a deposit payment of R$70.00.
Remaining R$100.00 is due on day of your trip in cash.