Diving Points in Abrolhos
Abrolhos located in Bahia, Brazil, is a 91,300-hectare area declared a National Marine Park in 1983. The place shelters the South Atlantic’s largest are of corals. Divers are surprised by the shallow waters and the lack of currents cast.
Diving points in Abrolhos
Chapeiroes de Fora (maximum depth: 34 meters) – Made up of calcareous algae that grow towards the sunlight and create fascinating backdrops. The further out to sea you go, the deeper and clearer is the water.
Chapeiroes da Sueste (maximum depth: 12 meters) – The only place in Abrolhos with coral formations and rocks. It is riddled with passageways and hole.
Paredao do Farol (maximum depth: 11 meters) – The seabed is littered with rubble from the construction of the lighthouse, and this has been overgrown by corals.
Mau-Mau (maximum depth: 18 meters) – The only site in Abrolhos where the seabed is white sand. The area is rich in sponges.
Source: Brazil Diving Guide