While Rio de Janeiro is not traditionally thought of as a diving city, one area to the north and one to the south offer divers an escape from the city. Explore historical wrecks with abundant life.
As South America’s most populous city, São Paulo offers access to world-class topside attractions and fantastic diving locations, sporting deep wrecks, interesting marine life and nutrient-rich water.
Because of its long and varied coastline, Brazil has a diversity of underwater life that is hard to see elsewhere. Coral reefs, kelp forests and deep wrecks create interesting habitats for a variety of animals.
Spinner dolphins, manta rays, lemon sharks, turtles, rays, octopus, moray eels, seahorses, queen angel fish, whale sharks, nudibranchs along with several other varieties of fish call these waters home. Lucky divers might even catch a glimpse of a humpback whale between July and December.
Wherever you choose to dive in Brazil, the country will fill your logs with wonderful creatures and diverse environments and interest your diving buddies back home.
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