Scuba Diving in Baia de Todos os Santos, Salvador, Bahia Brazil

Night Dives:
''Germania/Bretagne'' - Cap Frio - Blackadder
Dive Sites:
Up to 15
Average depth :
82 ft / 25 m
Bahia state in the eastern edge of Brazil, located in the Atlantic coast, is a famous tourist destination and among the most hot scuba diving sites in South America. Baia de Todos os Santos (All Saints' Bay) is the main and biggest bay of Bahia State in Brazil. The city of São Salvador da Bahia de Todos os Santos surrounds the bay where numerous breathtaking wrecks lie beneath, ideal for scuba diving.

The Sao Salvador region offers many sites for deep water diving. There you can move in the oceanic depths, admire the vibrant and colorful open sea life and live a unique underwater experience.

The area has been characterized as a paradise for wreck scuba diving, since its waters house a great number of famous wrecked ships, some of them being of archaeological value. Cavo Artemidi, Banco da Panela, Cap Frio, Bretagne/Germania, Blackadder, Maraldi, Ho Mei III, Sacramento Galleon, Utrech and Queen are among the most popular ones. Each one is located at different depths (between 26.2-183.7 ft / 8- 56 m).

You may choose from an adequate number of local scuba diving schools and shops to offer you their services. A lifetime scuba diving experience is expecting you in Salvador’s waters- don’t miss it!