This is the type of attraction that can be ruined if you go in the wrong time... To have a nice scuba/ snorkeling, take care to go when the tide is really low (0.3 m or less). If it rained the day/night before or the tide is higher than 0.3m - 0.4 m, just forget it, as you won't see anything... Locals also say something about the moon phase (now I don't remember if the best one is New Moon or Full Moon).
Price is too high (around R$ 80,00 per person), but definitely worth it if there is a very low tide (it's when all the pictures for advertisement are taken!).
You can check the Tide Tables at Brazil's Navy website (http://www.mar.mil.br/dhn/chm/tabuas/index.htm ) and plan your trip.
And bring your own snorkel mask, otherwise you will have to use the ones which are shared with other tourists.
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