Diving sites and scuba centers in Brazil
Playa del Carmen or just Playa, as the locals call it, is located on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, about 40 miles south of Cancun. Discovered by those craving white beaches, gentle surf and outdoor activities, this once-sleepy fishing village has… Read more »
The Mergulho magazine 190th edition published an article about the Duane, one of the world’s most famous shipwrecks, that is consider, for many, perfect. It is located in the southern part of the U.S. state of… Read more »
WHAT IS? Firstly, let’s understand compressed air from the conventional cylinder. It’s basically the same as the one we breathe: a mixture of oxygen and nitrogen (approximately 20% and 80% respectively). While none of these gases may give adverse effects… Read more »
On June 11th, the Brazilian blog 365 Dias Viajando (Translation: “365 Days Traveling”) published an article about the top five points in Brazil. According to the text, the five top destinations… Read more »
Below, find tips when you are about to have a cold water diving. You never know, so it’s good to be prepared. Check it out: In winter months, make sure you are aware of the early… Read more »
From August 14th to 19th will take place in Jundiaí (SP) the 16th Meeting of NAUI instructors, an annual meeting of leaders and lovers of scuba. The event is sponsored by NAUI Mercosul,… Read more »
Many do not know, but there is difference between the words cavern and cave dive for practitioners, professionals, specialists and teachers in the area. It is essential to know this difference because it will… Read more »
TRIMIX is a gas mixture used in the cylinders for scuba diving. It consists of three gases: oxygen, nitrogen and helium. Its use is more common for deep diving because it reduces the narcosis.
The famous cylinder with the striking yellow and green sticker named NITROX has been used for over 60 years by professional divers, and over time recreational divers. Check out some good reasons to start a course and use NITROX in your dive.
It is natural to find someone sick with boat trips. But what happens when there is underwater seasickness, at the diving time? And how to deal with vomit – do you remove or not the regulator out of your mouth?
Discover the scuba diving tour at Rio da Prata (Prata river), tourist attraction located in Jardim, Mato Grosso do Sul – Brazil, near of Bonito. The tour is accompanied by… Read more »
The Grupo Rio da Prata posted today on the youtube channel of the tourist attraction of Jardim – Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil, a new video. On the video you… Read more »
The Estancia Mimosa, Recanto Ecologico Rio da Prata and Mysterious Lagoon located in Bonito and Jardim – Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil – renewed their visual communication and won websites… Read more »
“A fascinating unexplored lagoon hidden in the woods offers the visitor unique moment of wonder and relaxation”. This is the opinion of Rafael and Fabiana, visitors who have been on… Read more »
Divers and interested in snorkeling in the clear waters of Mysterious Lagoon, located in Jardim – Mato Grosso do Sul, in Brazil, can celebrate. The activities came back yesterday after a suspesion… Read more »
The Portal Webventure published today a report about how to prevent the contamination by carbon monoxide (CO) in the air cylinder. The gas is toxic and can cause people to… Read more »
The cities of Bonito and Jardim in Mato Grosso do Sul have the clearest waters around the country with a huge variety of aquatic life and geographical features attracting divers,… Read more »
On April 14, 2012, from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m., happens during the Padi Dive Festival a free lecture with Lawrence Wahba about Diving in the Pantanal. The festival will… Read more »
According to information passed on by the Press Office, the city of Buzios, Rio de Janeiro in the Lagos Fluminense region – Brazil, knocked places like Ibiza and Cancun, and… Read more »
A good option for who enjoy diving is visiting the city of Bonito, Mato Grosso do Sul, considered one of the best ecotourism destinations in Brazil. Check out two tourist… Read more »