Morro is tiny and the first four beaches are easily negotiable on foot. A walk from town to Quarta Praia takes around 40 minutes. Until 2008 all roads were sand or dirt tracks but there is now a partially paved section between the town and the beaches, and this is plied by regular VW buses, motorbikes and beach buggies. These leave from the Receptivo, a little café that marks the beginning of the road just behind the second and third beaches; it’s not hard to find but if in doubt ask for ‘Receptivo’ or ‘a estrada’. There are daily transfers to Boipeba by Toyota at 0930, bookable through hotels or the myriad agencies on the island.
Boat trips around Tinharé island can be organized through hotels or agencies in the village; a full day costs US$20-30. Most of these go in a clockwise direction around Tinharé, visiting Boipeba and the villages to the south (including Moreré), the offshore reef pools for snorkelling, followed by the tiny colonial town of Cairu on the mainland and the shores of the Mangrove-line Rio Cairu, before returning.