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Costao de Itaipu

Excellent for night diving, when all the fauna is active, providing a peaceful and charming dive. The beach’s coastline is extensive, allowing for several ways to explore the dive, which can be done from a boat or with a beach entry.

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The little caves on Mae Island are rock formations that form a veritable playground for divers of all levels. Inside these structures are large quantities of fish, surprising when observed closely. It is the most sought after spot on the coast of Niteroi.

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Ilha Mae / Ponta Sul

The South Point of the Mother Island is a great profile for beginner divers, and also for more experienced divers who would like to enjoy a quieter dive, with shallow depths and lots of marine life.

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Ilha Pai / Ponta Sul

Pai's Island is the furthest from Itaipu Beach, and has a different rock formation than the other two islands (Mae and Menina). This point has a greater slope and a steeper coast, providing a completely different diving profile from the neighboring islands. Drifting is possible.

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Praia Vermelha - costão do morro da Babilônia 2

Praia Vermelha is located in the neighborhood of Urca, in Rio de Janeiro. Facing the sea, the rocky shore on the right side is the Babilônia hill. Diving point 2 on this shore starts at the first cove and goes in the opposite direction to the beach until the beginning of the curve out!

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Praia Vermelha - Costão do Morro da Babilônia

Praia Vermelha (Red Beach) is located in the Urca neighborhood in Rio de Janeiro. Facing the sea, the rocky shore on the right side is the Morro da Babilônia. The diving point on this coast starts on the rocky wall and goes in the opposite direction of the beach until the beginning of the first inlet. Beach entry.

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Ilha Rasa - Guincho

Classic costal diving, ideal for less experienced divers. Even so the attention is important, because the depth can reach up to 20 meters between shore and sand. Average annual temperature of 18 degrees and visibility of 3 meters.

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Naufrágio Buenos Aires (Wreck)

The Buenos Aires Steam sank in 1890. Point indicated for experienced divers, with wrecks found from 13 meters to 42 meters deep. Common presence of strong surface currents, average temperature of 18 degrees and average visibility of 3 meters.

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Ilha Rasa - Portinho

Good alternative to south-southwest swells, the coast do portinho offers shelter for beginner divers. Moving away towards the sand, one can find depths in the range of 30 meters, enabling the formation of deep diving. Average temperature of 18 degrees and visibility of 3 meters.

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Ilhas Maricas - Naufragio do Moreno

The old dismantled wreck brings together a lot of marine life and allows the observation of its structures, which bring together a diversity of marine life. If you want to observe beyond the wreck, a tranquil shallow dive is possible, suitable for any level of training.

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