Diving among caves and rays

The Cape Verde is located west of Senegal, in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean; It enjoys a dry tropical climate, with a sea temperature that oscillates between 21 degrees in February and 26 in September. The rainy season, between August and September, are always scarce, and in no case will they prevent us from traveling in those times. Marine life in Cape Verde is typically Atlantic. Tunas predominate, like the Albacore; pelagic species such as Xaréu Azul near the coast; swords and serranids; groupers,moray eels, octopus, lobsters and some species of sharks such as the nurse, the lemon and occasionally, you can also see tiger and whale sharks. During the months of July to October, the turtles arrive at these virgin beaches to spawn. In the waters of the Isla de la Sal there are several easily accessible wrecks that allow the uninitiated to discover this type of diving, as well as cave diving.

Itinerario

Day 1: Flight to Isla de SalAll Included
Upon arrival at the airport and transfer to the hotel. Accomodation and all inclusive.

Day 2: Sal IslandAll Included
2 dives. It's offer guests the option of a night dive

Day 3: Sal IslandAll Included
2 dives. It's offer guests the option of a night dive

Day 4: Sal IslandAll Included
2 dives. It's offer guests the option of a night dive

Day 5: Sal IslandAll Included
2 dives. It's offer guests the option of a night dive

Day 6: Sal IslandAll Included
2 dives. It's offer guests the option of a night dive

Day 7: Sal IslandAll Included
Free day.

Day 8: Origin - Sal Island
Transfer to the airport and boarding on the return flight. Arrival at the home city.

Incluye

Airport and transfer assistance.
Dive master guide.
Pack 10 dives.
Basic travel insurance.

No Incluye

Diving equipment
Expenses caused by delays or air cancellations.
Other aspects not mentioned in the section include.
Visa, border taxes
International flights

Info - Paises

Clima - Estacionalidad

Month
Jan 25ºC 20ºC 23ºC 60% 9% 18ml 27kmh
Feb 25ºC 19ºC 22ºC 60% 7% 12ml 27kmh
Mar 25ºC 20ºC 22ºC 60% 4% 6ml 26kmh
Apr 26ºC 20ºC 22ºC 60% 2% 3ml 26kmh
May 26ºC 21ºC 22ºC 60% 1% 2ml 26kmh
Jun 27ºC 23ºC 23ºC 60% 0% 0ml 23kmh
Jul 29ºC 24ºC 25ºC 60% 1% 2ml 19kmh
Aug 30ºC 25ºC 26ºC 60% 7% 14ml 17kmh
Sep 30ºC 25ºC 26ºC 60% 12% 20ml 20kmh
Oct 30ºC 24ºC 26ºC 60% 9% 14ml 22kmh
Nov 27ºC 22ºC 25ºC 60% 9% 15ml 23kmh
Dec 25ºC 20ºC 23ºC 60% 11% 18ml 25kmh
Month
Jan 25ºC 20ºC 23ºC 60% 9% 18ml 27kmh
Feb 25ºC 19ºC 22ºC 60% 7% 12ml 27kmh
Mar 25ºC 20ºC 22ºC 60% 4% 6ml 26kmh
Apr 26ºC 20ºC 22ºC 60% 2% 3ml 26kmh
May 26ºC 21ºC 22ºC 60% 1% 2ml 26kmh
Jun 27ºC 23ºC 23ºC 60% 0% 0ml 23kmh
Jul 29ºC 24ºC 25ºC 60% 1% 2ml 19kmh
Aug 30ºC 25ºC 26ºC 60% 7% 14ml 17kmh
Sep 30ºC 25ºC 26ºC 60% 12% 20ml 20kmh
Oct 30ºC 24ºC 26ºC 60% 9% 14ml 22kmh
Nov 27ºC 22ºC 25ºC 60% 9% 15ml 23kmh
Dec 25ºC 20ºC 23ºC 60% 11% 18ml 25kmh

Especies - Estacionalidad

Especies JanJFebFMarMAprAMayMJunJJulJAugASepSOctONovNDecD
Manta Ray
Humpbacks
Hawksbill turtle
Loggerhead sea turtle
Blackbar soldierfish
Two banded seabream
Banded seabream
Brown chromis
Guinean parrotfish

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