Diving at the Arvoredo Island

In the state of Santa Catarina, south of Brazil, there are several good points for diving.

One of them is the Marine Biological Reserve of Arvoredo, known by its clear waters and rich marine life.

Some of the species found there while snorkeling or diving are octopus, dolphins, marine turtles, and even whales and penguins.

A good information for tourists: in the summer the visibility can reach 15 meters and the water temperature is around 20 ° C.

Diving or snorkeling at the Arvoredo Island is an experience recommended for professional or regular tourists with no experience at all.

Check out the diving spots:

• Recanto do Capim

• Saco do Capim

• Saco do Engenho

• Saco do Farol

• Saco do Vital

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