Diving at dive site Faial
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Steep walls, gentle slopes, volcanic arches, seamounts, caves and islets make the underwater scenarios diverse and unique. Isolated in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, the great thrill of diving off Faial is that you can also be surprised with an unexpected encounter!
Manta rays are spotted every year in seamounts during July, August and September. Morays, stingrays, dusky groupers, common groupers, wrasses, parrot fishes, trigger fishes, breams and damselfishes are common in most dives. Caves and rocky crevices are a good place to find nudibranches and their spawns, sponges, molluscs, lobsters, shrimps and other interesting crustaceans.
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