Eport Brazil
Ilha das Couves | Litoral Norte de Sao Paulo | info@eportbrazil.com
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Eport Brazil



The Island Ilha das Couves


The island called 'Ilha das Couves' is a private property located on the northern shore of the state of Sao Paulo (litoral norte de SP). It is part of the city of Sao Sebastian. Very little explored, the island has one cabin with rustic accommodations and space for camping.

Our island is part of the Mata Atlantic National Park. Rich in fauna and flora, we offer activities like walking in the trails, snorkeling, diving, fishing, kayaking, etc. We have an organic garden and 100% organic eggs. Reconnect with the nature. We accept daily visits for R$20 per day. Part of the island can also be rented for events. A fee of R$100 is charged for the room accommodation per person. For the Camping ground we charge a fee of R$50 per person. The island has limited capacity of 15 people per night.

Read more about the island, activities and Camp David here.


Eport Brazil Sustainable Development Reserve



Our mission is to preserve and protect the islands off the coast of Litoral Norte Costa Sul, Sao Sebastiao, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Our objective is to structure regional economic development and a sustainable community along the North Shore of Sao Paulo (Costa Sul).

Our organizational Structure: Form OSCIP - worker cooperative units - integrated management plan. The target is to make a HUB of Ilha das Couves and a center of operations for the whole region. The HUB will become emergency evacuation and airlift services site for boaters and recreation in this region. Our goals are to implement three (3) tier project which is to include alternative transportation modes, renewable green energy smart grid and advanced telecom systems.

This is a intercambio - cultural and transitional program to promote local Caicara way of life. History goes back to 1700! The integrated project to include; Mariculture coop, ecotourism, science station, community bank, educational retreats, and agricultural production.

Read more about the Eport, the islands and us here.