Into the Abyss Anhumas

14 05 2010



Was recently published in  Outpost – the leading magazine of adventure in Canada, also sold in the United States, a report on Abyss Anhumas in Bonito (MS), produced by journalist Robin Esrock.

In the field he describes walking into the Abyss Anhumas and reports information about the Pantanal.

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Floating in the River Plate is featured in magazine argentina

22 02 2010

The magazine named “Places” of Argentina published in its issue of December last year the fate of Bonito (MS) as an important ecotourism to meet in Brazil.

Journalist Carolina Reymundo in the company of photographer Fernando Dvoski met the Abyss Anhums, the Recanto Ecológico Rio da Prata in Jardim (MS), met the Blue Lake Cave, among other tourist attractions.

 





Operator Dive in Bonito publish video on your website

17 02 2010

 

The operator of Scuba Diving Dive Cayman, located in Bonito (MS) published on its internet site a new video about diving in some tourist attractions in the region such as: Mysterious Lagoon, Rio de la Plata, Rio Formoso, Anhumas Abyss, Grotto Grout.

 





Dive sites in Brazil

1 10 2009

The best dive site is the archipelago of Fernando de Noronha. It’s the most untouched spot, and it’s simply gorgeous on the surface, appealing to everyone. The difficulty ranges from beginner to advance. Best time of the year is from July to December for beginners, all year round for advanced divers. It’s one of the most expensive dive sites to go.

The second best is Abrolhos. It’s an archipelago some four to six hours from land, where you can’t go on shore, so either you make one-day trips or take a live-aboard on one of several boats. The dives are very, very calm, shallow and relaxed, and though the visibility is not as good as Noronha, but the richness of the corals and marine life is incredible. It’s good for all levels of experience. Best time of the year is November to March, when it is also possible to watch whales.

The best dive site is the archipelago of Fernando de Noronha. It’s the most untouched spot, and it’s simply gorgeous on the surface, appealing to everyone. The difficulty ranges from beginner to advance. Best time of the year is from July to December for beginners, all year round for advanced divers. It’s one of the most expensive dive sites to go.

The second best is Abrolhos. It’s an archipelago some four to six hours from land, where you can’t go on shore, so either you make one-day trips or take a live-aboard on one of several boats.

The dives are very, very calm, shallow and relaxed, and though the visibility is not as good as Noronha, but the richness of the corals and marine life is incredible.

It’s good for all levels of experience. Best time of the year is November to March, when it is also possible to watch whales.

The region between Recife/Olinda in the north and Maceio in the south is named the Golden Coast, and here are several excellent spots of scuba diving and the access is much easier than mentioned archipelagos.

Around Recife & Olinda is considered excellent for advanced divers, rich of marine life like turtles and sharks, and many sunk ships, but the sea is usually very, very rough. To the south there are many dive friendly spots for snorkeling, scuba dive beginners and also advanced diving.

In Porto de Galinhas for instance, is a very pleasant village with many nice sites for good diving and an excellent area for diving courses. In this region the diving is good during the whole year.

The best spots for scuba diving in the south of Brazil are between São Paulo & Rio de Janeiro. Of course they are not as good as mentioned sites in the northeast, but comparing world wide, this region is very good as well.

To indicate some spots in the area should be Barra do Una, Ubatuba, Paraty, Ilha Grande and Arraial do Cabo.

Source: packtours