Fernando de Noronha with the Marine GeoGarage
From Mashable by Stan Schroeder
Days after it added stunning imagery of Mount Everest, Google Street View has been updated with beautiful photos from the other side of the world — the Brazilian islands of Fernando de Noronha and Atol das Rocas.
Atol das Rocas with the Marine GeoGarage
The new imagery includes both underwater and land photos of the UNESCO-protected islands, which tourists can only access in limited groups.
The Atol das Rocas is situated around 50 miles to the east of Fernando de Noronha.
It also offers some spectacular beaches, but the real thrills are located underneath the ocean's surface.
In the new Street View imagery, you can see dolphins swimming through the Canal de Sela Gineta (below) and sea turtles swimming at Buraco das Cabras.
Dolphins Swimming through Canal da Sela Gineta
- Google LatLon : Mapping Brazilian islands, above ground and under the sea