Bay of Pigs (Or in Portuguese – Baía dos Porcos) is located in the archipelago of Fernando de Noronha (about 350 kilometers east from the Brazilian coast – not to be confused with the Bay of Pigs in southern coast of Cuba), The Islands are a part of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and a symbolic fee is taken from visitors for environmental preservation. Diving is a big thing in Fernando de Noronha since the South Equatorial Current brings hot water all the way from Africa to the island shors making it a great place for diving (most of the time there is no need of a wet-suit).
For more information visit Wikipedia – Fernando de Noronha
Google map of the Bay of Pigs
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