Arraial do Cabo is known as the "Brazilian Caribbean" because its landscape is an Atlantic paradise surrounded by beaches that enchant the locals and tourists who visit the place. The city gathers some of the most beautiful views of the Brazilian coast, such as dunes, restingas, lagoons, beaches and shores. It is also chosen by divers, who find the best spots in the country to practice the sport. In addition to the clear waters, Arraial do Cabo is home to a diversified marine life - turtles, squids, lobsters, stingrays and even dolphins that live in harmony on the islands of the Lighthouse and the Pigs. The Rio 40 Graus Turismo will take you to all these unforgettable spots, enchanting landscapes and with a right to a stop at Farol beach, one of the most beautiful of Brazil. Your trip will end at Agua na Boca Restaurant, one of the best places to discover the flavors that only Arraial do Cabo offers.
Home to turtles, dolphins, and numerous species of fish, Arraial do Cabo ranks among the best scuba diving spots in Brazil. Whether you’re a certified diver or first timer, this tour offers the convenience of door-to-dive transportation and the peace of mind of a dive master guide. Everything you need is included so you won’t have to haul your own heavy gear.
The baptism dive lasts approximately 30 minutes (total time of up to 4 hours on the boat). It can be done by anyone in good health, from 10 years of age.
No need to know how to swim, the person will be guided by an instructor who will drive and operate the equipment. The exact point of the dive can only be defined at the time of embarkation according to Navy guidelines.
In case the exit is prevented by the Navy, the company can transfer the city dive, being the transport of the clients on account of the same, or guarantee rescheduling or full refund, without burden to the client.
Arraial do Cabo is a small town in the Lakes Region, north coast of the state of Rio de Janeiro, very popular for diving.
The region offers good diving conditions all year round. We dive into sheltered wind coves and the dive point is chosen by the crew and our commander according to the weather, safety and visibility of the water.