A paradise of clear waters in Brazil. This is what you find in Abrolhos, an archipelago in the coast of Bahia made of five islands. The islands of Redonda, Siriba, Sueste and Guarita make up the National Marine Park.
Only there you can see the chapeirões, the name given to mushroom corals that form a labyrinth. Abrolhos is a great spot for scuba diving because of its good visibility up to 20 feet deep and warm water.
Prepare yourself to see humpback whales from July to November and rich marine life. Alsou can find four shipwrecks like the Italian freighter Rosalinda, more than 90 meters, which sank in 1939. As the state of preservation is good, you can dive among its galleries.
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