Frequently Asked Questions
We dived at various sites, such as: Buracona, Palmeira – Olhos Azuis, Lagosta Verde, Lost Anchor, Braka, Morro Pedra, Peridão, Pontinha, Merôu, Três Grutas, Boris Wreck, Ferreno, Chouclass, Serra Negra, Pedra de Lume.
Our dives vary in depth, usually between 11 and 45 meters, to suit different skill levels.
Divers must have basic diving certification and fill in a health form. Minimum age: 12 years.
Yes, we provide complete diving equipment, including wetsuits, masks, regulators and fins.
Beginner divers are welcome! We offer dives guided by experienced instructors to ensure safety and comfort.
Dives can be booked online or in person at our base. We recommend booking in advance to guarantee availability.
Cancellations at least 48 hours in advance can be rescheduled. Cancellations with less than 48 hours are non-refundable.
Yes, we offer special packages for groups. Contact us for more information on discounts and benefits.
Visibility varies, but is generally best during the months of March to November, when the waters are at their clearest.
Yes, we organize night dives for adventurers who want to explore nocturnal marine life.
Sal Island offers a rich variety of marine life. Divers often spot turtles, tropical fish, mantas, rays and colorful corals.
We limit our groups to a small size to guarantee a personalized experience. Normally, the maximum is 6 to 8 divers per group.
Yes, we offer deeper and more challenging dives for certified and experienced divers.
Climate and Accommodation
Sal Island has an arid tropical climate, with hot temperatures and predominant sunshine throughout the year.
Temperatures vary between 24°C and 30°C all year round, with slightly warmer temperatures from June to September.
The water temperature varies between 20°C and 27°C, providing ideal conditions for comfortable dives.
Yes, we keep divers updated on weather and sea conditions to ensure safety and the best possible experience.
Yes, we recommend the Hotel Morabeza, located 50 meters from our Diving Center, 50 meters from the starting point and 100 meters from the City.
Safety and Preservation
Safety is our priority. Our instructors are trained in first aid and safety measures, and we give detailed briefings before each dive.
Yes, we are advocates of marine conservation. We organize clean-up events and adopt responsible diving practices.
There are restaurants and cafés close to the diving areas, where you can enjoy fresh local dishes and seafood.
We don’t have partnerships with local tour operators, but we can provide contacts who offer land tours, cultural experiences and other activities to enrich your trip.
Payments and Feedback
We accept cash and credit card payments for reservations and services related to diving.
We value feedback from our customers. You can share your opinions and concerns by email or in person at our base. We are always looking to improve our services.
Destiny and Planning
The official currency is the Cape Verde Escudo (CVE). You can exchange money at local banks or bureaux de change.
Não temos informações atualizadas sobre requisitos de visto. Recomendamos verificar com as autoridades de imigração antes da viagem.