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Explore Chile’s unique diving opportunities

The long, narrow South American country of Chile shares more than 6,000 kilometers of shoreline with the Pacific Ocean, making for plenty of diving opportunities. Chile offers nature lovers unique experiences above and below the water with its amazing Pacific Islands, famous Patagonia, and access to Antarctica. The dive sites in Chile will take your breath away. Adventurous divers will find endless opportunities to dive Chile’s Pacific shoreline, and high-altitude freshwater diving is available all along the Andes Mountains. Chile is a pristine environment with many dive sites still waiting to be discovered. So, grab a dry suit and get ready to explore the fantastic sights Chile diving has to offer.

Located on the northwest face of the Galapagos Island of Pucusana. Approximately 25 minutes by boat from Santa Maria and only 10 minutes from the Pucusana pier. It is an area where the sea hits directly, so a quick entry and descent from the boat is needed. Only for advanced divers.

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Located on the northwest face of the Galapagos Island of Pucusana. Approximately 25 minutes by boat from Santa Maria and only 10 minutes from the Pucusana pier. It is an area where the sea hits directly, so a quick entry and descent from the boat is needed. Only for advanced divers.

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Diving for all types of certification. It has a sandy bottom. This can reach a minimum depth of 6 meters and a maximum of 14 meters. Night dives are possible.

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It is a deep dive that is done with a low. It is required to be advanced or expert to be able to dive, it has a sandy and rocky bottom. It can reach up to 22 meters deep.

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It is located on the northwest face of the Galapagos Island of Pucusana. Approximately 25 minutes by boat from Santa Maria and only 10 minutes from the Pucusana pier. It is an area where the sea hits directly, so a quick entry and descent from the boat is needed. Only for advanced divers.

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Just 25 minutes by boat from the Pucusana SPA or 35 minutes from Santa María. It is a sufficiently protected bay so that diving conditions are almost always optimal.

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Muelle Minka Mar

It is located near a dock. It has a depth between 8-12 meters. It has a sandy bottom, which is ideal for all levels of diving. You can do night dives.

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Featured Dive Destinations

Scuba diving in Chile’s Valparaiso region offers different types of diving, like walls, wrecks, and lots of biodiversity.

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Chile also owns some of the world’s most remote islands found in the Pacific Ocean offering fantastic, pristine diving opportunities.

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If you are looking for true adventure, scuba diving in Chile’s most southern region, Punta Arenas, is for you!

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Explore underwater life

Aquatic life under our oceans, lakes, rivers, and streams is amazing! From microscopic zooplankton to the largest animal on earth, the blue whale, underwater life comes in all possible shapes and sizes. With 71% of the earth being covered with water, it is no wonder we are so fascinated with what lies beneath the surface. In fact, scientists estimate that there are nearly 1 million different species of aquatic animals. Freshwater ecosystems are home mainly to fish, invertebrates, and reptiles, whereas the ocean contains a wide array of marine life including fish, mollusks, crustaceans, reptiles, sharks, and marine mammals like whales, dolphins, seals, and manatees.

The largest predatory animal on earth is the Sperm Whale - it is extraordinary to dive with such intelligent and social whales

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Sea lions can be encountered in almost every ocean from tropical to subarctic waters.

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The conger eel, also known as the European conger, is distributed throughout the eastern Atlantic Ocean and is particularly present in the Mediterranean Sea.

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Butterflyfish are known for swimming in monogamous pairs but can sometimes be seen in large schools.

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Scorpionfish are one of the most venomous yet undetectable fish species in the sea.

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Flounder are unusually shaped fish that look like a flattened oval where the dorsal and anal fins run along the entire length of the body.

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Moon Jellyfish

One of the most common and widely recognized jellyfish in the world, the moon jellyfish is clearly distinguishable by its round body and four purple circles.

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Scuba diving with crustaceans is always exciting.

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Diving Career Opportunities

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