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Why diving is the best activity in Cape Verde?

Having travelled the seas of the world, a group of  
scuba instructors landed on Sal Island in Cape Verde.  
They were fascinated with the variety and richness  
of the local underwater enviro­nment, fell in love  
with it and settled on the island.
Cabo Verde Diving was opened in 2003 with the goal  
to provide first class service in all aspects of diving.  
Our instructors will take you on a journey of the  
most unforgettable experience whilst ensuring every  
dive is delivered with comfort and safety in mind.
Whether you are an experienced diver or would like  
to make your first dive, Cabo Verde diving will  
cater for all needs. Diving in Cape Verde offers a  
unique mix of diverse tropical and Mediterranean  
marine life. Discover rays and manta gracefully  
hovering around local wrecks, shoals of fish swaying  
in open water or sheltering in coral, or observe  
turtles lazily swimming nearby.
Whether you are an experienced diver or would like to make your first dive, Cabo  
Verde diving will cater for all needs. Diving in Cape Verde offers a unique mix of  
diverse tropical and Mediterranean marine life. Discover rays and manta gracefully  
hovering around local wrecks, shoals of fish swaying in open water or sheltering in  
coral, or observe turtles lazily swimming nearby.

There is no rainy season in Cape Verde and we, therefore, dive all year round. During  
the winter (January-March) humpback and occasionally sperm whales visit the islands  
on their annual migrations, whilst mantas, morays, turtles, a wide variety of sharks  
and large schools of fish are year round attractions. Summer (June - November) is  
the mating season for the local turtles and these may be encountered underwater or  
on the beaches at night when they come ashore to lay their eggs. The underwater  
world of Cape Verde can satisfy the more demanding divers with caves, deep walls  
and wrecks and the tremendous abundance and variety of of marine life…