Brazil has more than 7,000 km (4350 miles) of shoreline, all in the Atlantic Ocean, giving the locals and tourists a magnificent view. Great landscapes and nature await you with many friendly, multiculturally diverse people. Remember that Brazil is a subtropical country with hot summers and warm winters, so make sure you come prepared. The most important cities are located in the Southeast; however, the best diving destinations are located in the Northeast, where you will find better visibility and temperature.
Brazil is located in South America and has one of the most extensive coast on the planet, with over 7,000 km (4350 miles) of shoreline, all of it on the Atlantic Ocean. The two main regions for diving in Brazil are the Northeast and the Southeast. Visibility in the South and Southeast regions may vary, from really low to up to 30 meters (98 feet) with an average of 5 to 10 meters (16 to 33 feet) deep, regardless of the seasons. Temperature can also vary, ranging from 18ºC to 27ºC (64º F to 81º F), with an average temperature of 20ºC (68º F). Brazil has something to offer for every level of diver. You will find a lot of volcanic islands, underwater caves, shipwrecks, and a beautiful, colorful, and diverse marine life.