|Dive area / region : Chile - See the map||
|Best diving season : January • February • March • April • May • September • October • November • December|
|Recommended number of days to stay : From 2 to 4 days|
|Number of dive sites : 6 to 10 Dive Sites|
|Water temperature and wetsuit advice : 11-15C : Full Wetsuit|
|Average visibility : 11 - 15 meters|
|Average dives depth : 25 Meters|
|Type of currents : Zero or none relevant currents|
|Months when these currents are present : All seasons|
|General surface conditions : Generally flat surface|
|Wreck types : Recent world ships||
|Type of marine life : Anemone • Dolphins • Jelly fish • Nudibranch • Octopus • Plants • Rays • Seals - Sea Lion • Shrimps • Softcoral • Sponge • Squid • Star fish • Turtles|
|Presence of caves / caverns : Yes - Open|
Scuba Diving in Chile- Pichidangui
Written by Guest June 23, 2011 Hits: 3991 0
Chile presents more than 4,200 kilometers of coastline, washed almost in its entirety by the Humboldt current, that brings great biodiversity, being a paradise for scubadiving.
The Chilean Pacific ocean: Chile presents more than 4,200 kilometers of coastline on the mainland and 79.650 kilometers in the southern archipelago, which they leave for tropical waters and end up in Antarctic waters Washed almost in its entirety by the Humboldt current, which brings cold and rich in nutrients, water filling of the more diverse agencies the waters of our country.
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October 21, 2011
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