Blogger says the Lagoa Misteriosa is the most incredible place he’s ever seen

30 04 2016

Thiago Cesar Busarello, author of the Blog Vida de Turista, visited a few attractions in Bonito and Jardim a couple of years ago.

For him, the Lagoa Misteriosa was by far the most beautiful place he’s ever seen in his life:

“I’ve been to many incredible places in my trip to Bonito and Pantanal MS such as Sucuri River, Balneario Municipal and the Gruta do Lago Azul, but the most incredible place I’ve visited was the Lagoa Misteriosa”, says Thiago.

The blogger also visited the Estancia Mimosa Ecoturismo and Recanto Ecológico Rio da Prata.

On his blog, he describes details about the attraction. Since the arrival to the track and diving in the crystal clear waters of the Mysterious Lagoon.

Read his experience on the link below:
http://www.vidadeturista.com/atracoes/lagoa-misteriosa-bonito-ms.html

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Snorkeling in Jardim is mentioned in a tourism blog

30 04 2016

Ana Paula and Thalles, authors of the blog “Dicas de Férias”, visited some attractions in Bonito and region including the Recanto Ecologico Rio da Prata.

The couple was amazed by the crystal clear waters and the doce de leite, a typical Brazilian dessert.

“Snorkeling in Bonito is an amazing and remarkable experience. All the attractions have their own charm, but Rio da Prata is the longest and where we were able to see a great variety of fish”, writes Ana Paula.

Check out more about their experience:
http://dicasdeferias.com/2016/02/rio-da-prata-em-bonito-surreal/





Diving in Yongala

30 04 2016

Australia has several different and great spots for diving. One of them is Yongala, on the Great Barrier Reef.

The Yongala is a shipwreck off the coast of Queensland, Australia. There you can see rich marine life, such as sea snakes, octopuses, turtles, bull sharks, tiger sharks, clouds of fish and spectacular coral.

The ship sank during a cyclone in 1911 killing 122 people, a racehorse called Moonshine and a red Lincolnshire bull. She had no telegraph facilities, therefore could not be warned of the weather ahead.

The Yongala was given official protection under the Historic Shipwrecks Act in 1981.





Diving in the Barracuda Point

30 04 2016

The Barracuda Point, located at the Sipadan Island, Malaysia is always amongst the Top 5 best dive sites in the world.

Wall of coral where sharks come cruising by and barracuda surround you, in a tornado like formation. You are guaranteed to see big stuff here and lots of it.

How about diving amongst dozens of turtles, schools of whitetip sharks, batfish, jacks and barracuda? You can have it all at Barracuda Point.





Great Blue Hole in Belize: Paradise for divers

30 03 2016

Belize, in Central America, is known for its incredible underwater landscape and also for an amazing natural formation called the Great Blue Hole.

One of the best spots for diving in the world, the Hole is a brilliant dark blue pupil 1,000 feet across surrounded by an iris of lighter blue-green, sitting in the middle of the Belize Barrier Reef 43 miles off of the country’s tropical coast.

However, the destination is indicated for experienced divers. We explain: There’s usually only enough oxygen to stay down for about 8 minutes exploring the stalactite gallery before starting the ascent back up.

The Great Blue Hole is a must go destination for divers. Explore this mystery!

Info: Smithsonian Magazine





Diving in Ilha Rasa

29 03 2016

A natural paradise in Brazil, Ilha Rasa is an island located in the state of Rio de Janeiro. The place is great for divers for its depth ranges that go from about 8 meters/26 feet to around 40 meters/130 feet.

Underwater you can spot several fish species and a number of hard coral formations. Clear waters and wrecks are also interesting for visitors.

The island is home to a lighthouse, owned by the Brazilian Marine. The Ilha Rasa is located 10 kilometers from the Guanabara Bay.





Diving in Recife

28 03 2016

The abundance of marine life makes Recife a great spot for divers. The city in northeast Brazil is called the Brazilian Venice because of its many rivers, small islands and over 50 bridges.

Recife is indicated for more experienced divers for its sea is rough are sharks may appear while diving. There are also many ancient shipwrecks, waiting for divers to explore them.

Another option for inexperienced divers is Porto de Galinhas, near Recife, with transparent waters and rich marine life to explore.

Click here to find more options of places to dive.