I will guide you to the best diving in the area and will be delighted to show you the beautiful wonders of the surrounding waters. A number of sheltered bays provide the perfect depths for novice divers, while the more adventurously inclined can visit deeper or more challenging sites.
On your dives you can encounter a great variety of marine life with soft & hard-corals, sponges, and a lot of different fish species too. You can see for example colorful reef fishes, big baracudas, rays, turtles, and if you are lucky maybe a manatee. Have a look at my gallery and get an idea what you can maybe see on your dives. The water temperature is between 23 to 28 *C, the visibility can be up to 30 meters and some days we get moderate to strong currents at specific dive sites.
Most of the dive sites are located in the Tayrona national park and can be reached by boat within a few minutes. In addition to providing the best service possible, I am dedicated to safety. On boat, we carry comprehensive first aid kits and emergency oxygen, water and snacks. The boat is equipped with powerful engines and has space for up to 15 people. I collaborate with a professional dive center in Taganga and all the equipment is professionally maintained. We use 12 liter aluminium tanks with INT-valves and also provide smaller tanks on request.
The equipment rental is included in all dive packages. We also provide free snacks and drinks in the breaks between the dives; please let me know about if you prefer vegetarian food.
As certified diver you can join every day the morning and/or afternoon trip with each time two dives on different spots and a 45 minutes break between them. The morning trip leaves at 8am and returns around 11.30am; afternoon you will be heading out at 2pm and get back to the shop approx. at 5.30pm.
You have an Advanced Open Water certification and want to experience the calmness of night diving? Sign up for an adventure you cannot compare with any other form of scuba diving. It is completely different. Dive slowly at night and you will find it exciting and relaxing at the same time. Many of the reef animals sleep during the day and only come out at night. Corals open their polyps to feed and have a different appearance. Night dives are available upon request with minimum of two people. The boat leaves Taganga bay at sunset and returns around 8pm.
In case you have not been diving for a while and don’t feel very confident going back into the water I would suggest you to join a Scuba Refresh program. It consists out of a quiz to tune up important dive theory, setting up and checking your gear and practicing skills in confined water. This program also includes two dives in the open water under my direct supervision and feedback after your dives.
*All certified divers need to show a proof of certification and if necessary a medical statement signed by a physician that you are fit for diving.