As we approach the Azores, we are presented with an immensity of blue, which hides secrets that you can unveil.
The Azores have a set of excellent natural conditions for diving, considered by fans of this modality as an underwater paradise, full of wonders to explore.
Before diving in Azores, you should take into account respiratory problems or sinusitis, so that it won’t compromise your health and safety, since these conditions can make it difficult to do the activity.
In addition, it is essential that you know how to swim and have an international diving certificate. If this is not the case, it is essential that you are accompanied by accredited instructors throughout the experience and that you are aware of the basic rules of diving and the importance of the equipment that will accompany you.
The best time to practice this activity in the Azores is in summer, between June and September, when water temperatures are quite pleasant, between 17 and 24 degrees, being also possible to do it during the other months of the year, because the water is always clean and with good visibility.
The clear waters guarantee good visibility, and, when associated with mild temperatures, make diving an activity not to be missed.
To practice this sport, and for safety reasons, it is recommended that you look for companies and accredited professionals who know the region, given the diversity and demand of the existing routes in the archipelago.
In all the islands of the archipelago there are accredited diving centers available to assist all those interested in diving.