Chile travel

Diving

Forests of seaweed that dance along the ocean currents, colorful starfish and schools of fish live together in the depths of the Chilean coast. Come and discover the underwater paradise hidden at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean!

Start your expedition on a boat from Chañaral de Aceituno or Punta de Choros Cove to dive into the Pingüinos de Humboldt National Reserve. See how the penguins, sea lions and sea otters glide through the waters with enviable skill.

Wonder at the intense colors of the sponges and starfish at Los Molles and Pichidangui, close to Zapallar, or dive around the shipwreck in Quintay, close to Valparaiso.

The warm and crystal waters of Easter Island will surprise you with a stunning visibility of between 40 and 60 meters. Explore the mysterious caves and find the submerged Moai on the Las Áncoras reef.

Enjoy the underwater paradise of the Juan Fernández archipelago. Its transparent waters, the immense density of fish, as well as moray eels, lobsters and the chance of diving with the playful South American fur seal will immediately captivate you.



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