Diving can be done in the southern part of PNN Tayrona in Santa Marta Bay or Bay Rodadero
Dive into the wonders of underwater Colombia with magnificent islands as well as marine nature reserves you can watch and navigate among coral reefs, experience the thrill of swimming and observing face to face with turtles, manta rays, whales, sharks and many other species that will amaze you with its majesty.
Keep in mind that there are more possibilities with more training like diving in caves, blue holes, and even sunken pirate ships.
|Malpelo Island||Malpelo is not accessible version. A steep rock in the Colombian Pacific, which can be reached by boat, divers can visit this site only as part of an organized diving trip specialized vessels.|
|Providencia||Providencia and Santa Catalina, a small island north of the planet has the third largest coral reef, and includes about 40 places to dive.|
|Capurgana and Sapzurro||This area on the border with Panama near the Darien province has preserved a magnificent coral reef, partly due to difficult access and lack of tourism. There are over 30 dive sites, and from Capurgana can organize a dive in the fantastic San Blas Islands.|
|gorgona island national park colombia||Gorgon is an inhospitable island formerly used as a prison, now serves as a nature reserve and breeding area for humpback whales. There are an amazing number of places for diving where you can see a large number of species in the Pacific.|
|Taganga||It is in the Caribbean and you can see a wonderful variety of marine life as well as a wide variety of corals.|
|Rosario Islands National Park||Rosario Islands National Park is a place located two hours by boat from Cartagena where avistarhermosos coral reefs and a variety of colorful fish can be.|
|Santa Marta||enjoys beautiful dive sites where you can see a great variety of marine species. the Betín, Garnet and Gayraca bays stand out. Other water sports that can be practiced are surfing, sailing and skiing.|
|Nuquí||a small town located in the Choco that many tourists are turning to snorkel and see species such as lemon sharks, tiger, aletiblancos and aletinegros. From July to November you can also observe humpback whales.|
|Swimming with stingrays in San Andrés||Caressing the thin skin of curious stingrays is an unforgettable sensation for visitors who disembark from the boat to the Aquarium from the island of San Andrés.|
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