10 Reasons to go Diving in Colombia

Below you will find 10 reasons why you should log your next Scuba Diving in Colombia.

1. Our territory is not affected by the four seasons. Forget inconvenient weather, welcome to a land where it is always summertime, allowing you to plan your scuba diving adventure at any time of the year.

2. The geographical location advantage. Colombia’s northern Caribbean sea is not affected by hurricanes or tropical storms, leaving no chance to ruin your trip.

3. There are more than 7 different destinations in the Caribbean sea with operating excursions. Choose from a variety of environments; from the symbolically romantic Cartagena, to the imposing seven colored sea in the San Andres and Providencia Island.

4. The operating excursions in the Colombian Pacific are among the best. Virgin forests, diverse species, and exotic cuisine await along the Pacific coast in the remote territory of Mar Abierto.

5. Experience a different sensation in Colombia by scuba diving at new heights. Certify yourself as an altitude scuba diver in our beautiful destinations; Represa De Guatape and it’s vast formation of El Penol or in the Laguna De Tota where you’ll experience new sensations immersing at 9842 ft above sea level.

6. If you enjoy extreme scuba diving adventures at the Guajira, you can experience the adrenaline rush by practicing underwater apnea with tiger sharks.

7. We have professional operators certified by recognized agencies such as The World Recreational Scuba Diving Council (WRSDC). If you are a certified diver by the PADI, NAUI, SDI, SSI, CMAS, you will find here a new variety of scuba diving.

8. Immerse in the waters of the Sea Flower in the San Andres, Providencia, and Santa Catalina Islands declared in 2000 UNESCO as the biosphere reserve of the planet.

9. Experience an amazing immersion in the waters of the Flora and Fauna Sanctuary in Mal Pelo, declared in 2006 as one of humanities Natural Heritage sites by UNESCO. Many magnificent species, such as the hammerhead shark, await in these waters amid the vast edges of the Pacific.

10. Finally, don’t forget to book your trip between August and November so you can join us as we welcome our illustrious guests, the Humpback Whales, to the coasts of the Colombian Pacific Sea. Come see the natural phenomenon as they grace our coasts with their dancing and melodic chants.