Fodor's Expert Review Moreré

Boipeba Beach–Sight
Those looking to fall even farther off the grid should head straight for Moreré, Boipeba’s second village, set on the beach and accessible only by boat ride or a 45-minute tractor trip through the jungle from the main town square of Velha Boipeba. Moreré’s insular fishing community of 250 inhabitants is now balanced by an interesting mix of expats, who run many of the pousadas and simple restaurants and have injected a welcome level of sophistication into the area. The real draw of Moreré is the beauty of the surrounding nature and the island’s spectacular beaches—so remote that even during high season, you won’t have to share them with more than a few other souls. The beach here varies dramatically with the tide—at high tide, its crystalline waters make for great swimming and form natural pools among the rocks.

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