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Tourism in the Archipelago of Albrolhos, is the largest marine park of Brazil covered by corals and immense reeves - Travel guide information of Abrolhos, Brazil.

Abrolhos - Bahia

The Archipielago of Abrolhos is the largest marine park of Brazil. It is conformed by five small volcanic islands: Guarita, Santa Bárbara, Redonda, Sueste and Siriba.

Is located a:

260 kilometres from Porto Seguro
860 kilometres from Salvador
810 kilometres from Belo Horizonte

This is a zone covered by corals and immense reeves with crystalline water that allows the observation of submarine fauna and flora.

Actually, these reeves are included among the most interesting in The Atlantic south.

It is possible to see marine turtles, dolphins, diverse shoals and, even, Yubarta whales during winter (from July to November).

When winter comes to The South Pole, a group of Yubarta whales leaves the cold south and goes to the bay so as to spend some time in less profound waters. In addition, during this époque (July - November), they form couples.

This is an excellent place for diving, specially, through the remains of "Rosalina", a sank Italian ship.

Is interesting to visit:

Siriba Island
Cassumba Island
Coroa Vermelha
City of Caravelas
Archipelago of Abrolhos
Region of Nova Vicosa.






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