High visibility and warm waters make diving a pleasant experience for both beginners and experienced divers. It is in Providencia and Santa Catalina over 40 locations to explore a rich marine biodiversity world: caves,cracks, vessels have foundered; In addition, the third-longest barrier reef in the world.

In 2000 UNESCO declared the Archipelago of San Andrés World Biosphere Reserve Seaflower, which has contributed to the preservation of flora and fauna, and so dive under the sea is admiring an ecosystem that is home to a variety of living beings.

How to dive?

In these Caribbean islands there are establishments that program outputs and courses with guides and professional instructors for different interests: immersion courses, certification courses, specialized courses, outings, day or night, diving with sharks, among others.

Discover the underwater world without diving deep is also possible: with a mask and snorkel trips can be made along the surface in certain places and meet some of the delights offered by life at sea.

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