There are daily flights from Brazilian cities of Recife and Natal which takes approximately one hour and 15 minutes. You are also required to pay conservation tax (US $10) for each day you are on the island. There are dune-buggy taxi services with flat rate of US$ 4 which will take you to all the places. Be careful as the roads are rugged with high risk of accidents.
The best time to visit the island is from mid-December to February. The island has warm weather with rains in January to August. Explore, dive or surf at the archipelago beyond Fernando de Noronha by boat which leave daily from Port Santo Antonio.
There is no luxury or full service resorts since it is a remote island. There is just one hotel and about 70 pousadas or family run inns which provide three daily meals. The tourists are charged per person per night. Brazilian government has a rating system based on dolphins according to the requirements of tourists. It will help you if you know smattering of Portuguese but English is hardly spoken or understood here. You should also bring Reais the Brazilian currency to avoid any problems.
The island offers varieties of seafood .Try fish cooked in banana leaves with deep fried shark meat dumplings which are available in abundance at the island for other items are imported from mainland.