Saco do Capim

Bottom of stones and sand. Minimum depth of 5 meters and maximum of 12 meters. Sheltered place, looks like a natural pool. In this place there is a wreck called Granada, which crashed into the island of Arvoredo when it was drifting in a storm. The wreck is dismantled and the pieces are scattered at the bottom.

Turtle, Seahorse, Lobster, Octopus, Salems, Surgeons, Groupers, Skateboards, False Fly, Vault Fish, Nudibranchs, Trumpets, Dogfish.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
Visibility

Visibility

  • 6 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
  • Strong Current
  • Ripping Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Wreck Dive

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

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Recanto do Capim

Bottom of stones and sand with depth of 5 to 12 meters. A sheltered and very quiet place, which has many passages between the rocks at the bottom, also has a cave that gives access to the surface.

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Arvoredo - Saco do Engenho

Bottom of stones and sand with depth of 6 to 15 meters. In the Engenho there is a cave with two halls, you can find large groupers inside this cave, there is also a plot where you can find pelagic fish.

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Trapiche de Bombinhas

It's one of the best known places in Bombinhas. It's a good diving spot for those who are starting and for those who are already diving. It's very interesting to dive in the parcel just in front of the trapiche. With a depth of 2 to 6 meters. This place is sheltered and the dive is very quiet.

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Praia da Sepultura

It's one of Bombinhas' best known beaches. It is a good place for those who are starting or for those who already dive, with a depth of 2 to 6 meters.

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This is a beach dive with a depth of 2 to 6 meters. You will find a sandy bottom with a rocky side, which makes the orientation and the dive very easy and pleasant.

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Ponta de Porto Belo

It is a good place for those who are beginning to dive and for those who already dive. Its depth varies from 3 to 10 meters. With a bottom of rocks and sand, Ponta de Porto Belo consists of a sheltered and very quiet place.

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The Itacolomis Island is the closest to the Guaratuba Bay, being formed by rocks with little vegetation and some slabs around them, which also present a great diversity of fauna and flora; with an average depth of 10m.

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The Dianka Raft is approximately 30 meters deep, so the point is ideal for divers with advanced level. On this artificial reef, large fish such as Grouper, Barracuda and Grouper are sheltered.

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Balsa Espera 7, this one at 30m of depth approximately, therefore the point is ideal for divers with advanced level. Because they are more distant points of the coast the navigation is made with fast boats, that make possible less time of displacement.

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The Parque dos Meros is a dive site in open sea, with a depth of approximately 18mts. This dive spot is composed by Artificial Marine Reefs (concrete blocks) implanted between the Currais and Itacolomis Islands.

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