Parque Estadual Marinho da Laje de Santos, Santos

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Parque Estadual Marinho da Laje de Santos is located in Santos. See Parque Estadual Marinho da Laje de Santos and all Santos has to offer by arranging your trip with our Santos vacation trip planner.
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  • Ideal for those who love diving and aoreciar the beautiful marine species, in a lucky day you can see manta rays, dolphins, whales and fish colorios that form a real curtain. True ecological sanctuary, the slab of Santos is considered the best diving point of Sao Paulo and one of the richest and most beautiful places of the whole brazilian coast. Slab is the geologic definition that gives the sea cliffs with no vegetation. The saints have similar format to that of a whale, with 550 meters long, 33 meters high and 185 metres wide in its most extreme points. It houses, in addition to thousands of birds, a beacon of Marine signaling. It is the duty of all who visit the area avoid behaviors that may interfere in the environment, such as climbing on the rock, throw debris at sea, molest, fishing or catch any species. Access by boat from the Edgard Perdigão Bridge, Saldanha da gama Avenue, next to the racing clubs, neighborhoods of the end of the beach.
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  • Also known as slab marine State Park of Saints (PEMLS). It's a place to enjoy the (VISUAL), without being able to hunt, fish or pollute. YOU CAN'T DISEMBARK on SLAB (ROCKS) Has an extraordinarily rich and diverse marine life. VISUAL location is wonderful.
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  • Access is restricted, and only with the authorization of ibama, or by means of authorized tours that leave from Santos. There I plunged and nearly lost the breath by the dazzling amount of marine species found. It's about 40 minutes from santos, via sea. There is an opening in the rock that made a tunnel where the waves hit, forming a huge cascade of foam. Fantastico.
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