20 Years Committed to Safety and Quality
Horizonte Aberto is a tourism operator with a great differential in the region. If you are looking for quality, safety and comfort, you are in the right place!
Headquartered in the city of Caravelas (BA), the company runs tours for groups with varied profiles – from tourists who simply want to know the region at their own pace to diving schools, travel agencies, schools and universities that are interested in providing their immersion in the biodiversity of the Abrolhos National Marine Park.
Highly specialized seafaring team, certified instructors with ample experience of diving and qualified to attend first aid and rescue, complete equipment of safety in the boats, quality food on board with menus adapted to the tours, besides the cleaning of the boats, special attention to the customers and facilities in the form of payment are also our differentials.
Aiming at the comfort of its passengers, we limit the number of people on board the boats to a lower number than authorized, providing more comfort and space in the convivial area.
Horizonte Aberto excels by the safe and responsible offer of tourism in nature, so it is associated with ABETA (Brazilian Association of Ecotourism and Adventure Tourism Companies) and all passengers who embark with us are insured by ECOTRIP (Company specialized in tourism insurance of adventure) during the whole period embarked.
It is also associated with the DAN (Divers Alert Network) as a business member. DAN Brazil provides assistance to divers with emergency assistance and promotes diving safety through research, products and services.
The trip to the Abrolhos archipelago is a tour with natural attractions and breathtaking adventures! Before landing on the island, it is possible to appreciate the local fauna dominated by the Atobás. For those who venture in guided dives, the islands reserve submerged surprises like the corals and “chapeirões” typical of the region (structures of corals that look like great mushrooms) and the wrecks of the last century. Contact us to know more details about the Horizonte Aberto’s tours!
The city of Caravelas is the point of the continent closest to the Abrolhos Archipelago. The main access routes are:
Access is by paved roads. The first option is by the BR-101 to Posto da Mata and follow the BR-418 to Caravelas.
The second option is to follow the city of Teixeira de Freitas (BA), entering BA-290 until the clover of Alcobaça and following the BA-001 until Caravelas.
The Águia Branca and São Geraldo highways operate stretches from different regions of Brazil to Teixeira de Freitas. From Teixeira de Freitas to Caravelas (approximately 2 hours drive) the Expresso Brasileiro has departures at regular times from 6:00 in the morning.
Another regular line from Expresso Brasileiro departs daily from the bus station of Porto Seguro to Caravelas at 2:00 p.m. (approximately 7 hours) and from Caravelas bus station to Porto Seguro at 05:00 p.m.
In Caravelas, the Conchas Airport, does not have regular flights. The nearest airports are, respectively, the 9 de Maio Airport in Teixeira de Freitas which is 90 km from Caravelas.
The flights are operated by Azul Linhas Aéreas and depart from Belo Horizonte to Teixeira de Freitas and vice versa once a day, from Sunday to Friday. The airport of Porto Seguro, which is 261 km from Caravelas, although more distant is the one that has more flights in operation.
It is important to remember that the State of Bahia does not have daylight saving time!
When To Go
The Abrolhos National Marine Park can be visited year-round.
In summer, December through February, the waters are warmer and have greater visibility, being the best time for dives. Between the months of June and November, we can see the Humpback whales.
Remembering that the development of activities at sea depends on the climatic conditions, especially the conditions of the winds and waves, which can make the trip unfeasible. For the best planning of your trip, consult the weather forecast for the best ride!
For greater comfort and safety, we do not recommend walking operations in conditions of wind speed greater than 20 knots.