Only 8 - 10 minutes by boat from the base, Cape Garajau is located in the underwater nature reserve. This spot is known for one of the largest coastal fish, the brown grouper, with a length of 1.5 m.  These large specimens are 40 to 50 years old, used to divers and come closer to the curious visitor. This is one of the tops diving spot in the northern Atlantic due to the short "travel" time, the clear dive profile and the immense richness of species. It was selected as one of the "100 best dive spots in the world" by the magazine Underwater (Nov. 2003).


Geographical location:                     32° 38´ N
                                                     16° 51´ W
Depths:                                          ca 18 m - 30 m
Type of dive site:                             Boat dive, high-piled boulders, sloping down to the bottom
Visibility:                                        About 25 m, depending on the season
Water temperature:                         Summer ca. 24°C, Winter ca. 18°C
Current conditions:                          Slight west-east current
Distance from the diving center:        ca. 8 - 10 minutes by boat
Suitable for:                                     Beginners and experienced divers
Special features:                              Easy underwater orientation
UW-Flora/ Fauna:                            Atlantic and tropical diversity