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 Antofagasta

Chile

English (Traduiu aquest text en Català): Relatively unknown, Antofagasta offers some fantastic diving for those who like to dive off the beaten path. If you like cool waters, whales, dolphins, sea lions, sea otters, kelp forests and wall diving then Antofagasta could be your destination.

Although Antofagasta is located on the Tropic of Capricorn, the diving typically is known for cold water, kelp, sea lions and associated marine life. Whales and dolphins are frequently sighted in the zone. Water temperatures range from a low of 52 deg F in the winter (June-Aug) to about 57F during the summer months (Jan-Feb). Occasionally the surface temp gets to 70F in the bay of Antofagasta but once you go down a couple of meters the water cools off. In general, the best visibility is during the winter, boasting some 15m to 40m. The best diving is early in the morning to avoid plankton bloom. As the depth drops off very quickly most of the diving is close to shore. In fact, at many of the dive sites accessible by shore one can easily go beyond maximum recreational depth limits. The best dive sites are located on the Mellijones Peninsula.

Diving is not widespread as a sport but there is one operator, Buceo Magallanes, working out of the “Club de Yates”. They are a PADI certified organization and provide top notch gear rental and tank fills.

English (Traduiu aquest text en Català): Relatively unknown, Antofagasta offers some fantastic diving for those who like to dive off the beaten path. If you like cool waters, whales, dolphins, sea lions, sea otters, kelp forests and wall diving then Antofagasta could be your destination.

Although Antofagasta is located on the Tropic of Capricorn, the diving typically is known for cold water, kelp, sea lions and associated marine life. Whales and dolphins are frequently sighted in the zone. Water temperatures range from a low of 52 deg F in the winter (June-Aug) to about 57F during the summer months (Jan-Feb). Occasionally the surface temp gets to 70F in the bay of Antofagasta but once you go down a couple of meters the water cools off. In general, the best visibility is during the winter, boasting some 15m to 40m. The best diving is early in the morning to avoid plankton bloom. As the depth drops off very quickly most of the diving is close to shore. In fact, at many of the dive sites accessible by shore one can easily go beyond maximum recreational depth limits. The best dive sites are located on the Mellijones Peninsula.

Diving is not widespread as a sport but there is one operator, Buceo Magallanes, working out of the “Club de Yates”. They are a PADI certified organization and provide top notch gear rental and tank fills.

Relatively unknown, Antofagasta offers some fantastic diving for those who like to dive off the beaten path. If you like cool waters, whales, dolphins, sea lions, sea otters, kelp forests and wall diving then Antofagasta could be your destination.

Although Antofagasta is located on the Tropic of Capricorn, the diving typically is known for cold water, kelp, sea lions and associated marine life. Whales and dolphins are frequently sighted in the zone. Water temperatures range from a low of 52 deg F in the winter (June-Aug) to about 57F during the summer months (Jan-Feb). Occasionally the surface temp gets to 70F in the bay of Antofagasta but once you go down a couple of meters the water cools off. In general, the best visibility is during the winter, boasting some 15m to 40m. The best diving is early in the morning to avoid plankton bloom. As the depth drops off very quickly most of the diving is close to shore. In fact, at many of the dive sites accessible by shore one can easily go beyond maximum recreational depth limits. The best dive sites are located on the Mellijones Peninsula.

Diving is not widespread as a sport but there is one operator, Buceo Magallanes, working out of the “Club de Yates”. They are a PADI certified organization and provide top notch gear rental and tank fills.

English (Traduiu aquest text en Català): Relatively unknown, Antofagasta offers some fantastic diving for those who like to dive off the beaten path. If you like cool waters, whales, dolphins, sea lions, sea otters, kelp forests and wall diving then Antofagasta could be your destination.

Although Antofagasta is located on the Tropic of Capricorn, the diving typically is known for cold water, kelp, sea lions and associated marine life. Whales and dolphins are frequently sighted in the zone. Water temperatures range from a low of 52 deg F in the winter (June-Aug) to about 57F during the summer months (Jan-Feb). Occasionally the surface temp gets to 70F in the bay of Antofagasta but once you go down a couple of meters the water cools off. In general, the best visibility is during the winter, boasting some 15m to 40m. The best diving is early in the morning to avoid plankton bloom. As the depth drops off very quickly most of the diving is close to shore. In fact, at many of the dive sites accessible by shore one can easily go beyond maximum recreational depth limits. The best dive sites are located on the Mellijones Peninsula.

Diving is not widespread as a sport but there is one operator, Buceo Magallanes, working out of the “Club de Yates”. They are a PADI certified organization and provide top notch gear rental and tank fills.

English (Traduiu aquest text en Català): Relatively unknown, Antofagasta offers some fantastic diving for those who like to dive off the beaten path. If you like cool waters, whales, dolphins, sea lions, sea otters, kelp forests and wall diving then Antofagasta could be your destination.

Although Antofagasta is located on the Tropic of Capricorn, the diving typically is known for cold water, kelp, sea lions and associated marine life. Whales and dolphins are frequently sighted in the zone. Water temperatures range from a low of 52 deg F in the winter (June-Aug) to about 57F during the summer months (Jan-Feb). Occasionally the surface temp gets to 70F in the bay of Antofagasta but once you go down a couple of meters the water cools off. In general, the best visibility is during the winter, boasting some 15m to 40m. The best diving is early in the morning to avoid plankton bloom. As the depth drops off very quickly most of the diving is close to shore. In fact, at many of the dive sites accessible by shore one can easily go beyond maximum recreational depth limits. The best dive sites are located on the Mellijones Peninsula.

Diving is not widespread as a sport but there is one operator, Buceo Magallanes, working out of the “Club de Yates”. They are a PADI certified organization and provide top notch gear rental and tank fills.

English (Traduiu aquest text en Català): Relatively unknown, Antofagasta offers some fantastic diving for those who like to dive off the beaten path. If you like cool waters, whales, dolphins, sea lions, sea otters, kelp forests and wall diving then Antofagasta could be your destination.

Although Antofagasta is located on the Tropic of Capricorn, the diving typically is known for cold water, kelp, sea lions and associated marine life. Whales and dolphins are frequently sighted in the zone. Water temperatures range from a low of 52 deg F in the winter (June-Aug) to about 57F during the summer months (Jan-Feb). Occasionally the surface temp gets to 70F in the bay of Antofagasta but once you go down a couple of meters the water cools off. In general, the best visibility is during the winter, boasting some 15m to 40m. The best diving is early in the morning to avoid plankton bloom. As the depth drops off very quickly most of the diving is close to shore. In fact, at many of the dive sites accessible by shore one can easily go beyond maximum recreational depth limits. The best dive sites are located on the Mellijones Peninsula.

Diving is not widespread as a sport but there is one operator, Buceo Magallanes, working out of the “Club de Yates”. They are a PADI certified organization and provide top notch gear rental and tank fills.

English (Traduiu aquest text en Català): Relatively unknown, Antofagasta offers some fantastic diving for those who like to dive off the beaten path. If you like cool waters, whales, dolphins, sea lions, sea otters, kelp forests and wall diving then Antofagasta could be your destination.

Although Antofagasta is located on the Tropic of Capricorn, the diving typically is known for cold water, kelp, sea lions and associated marine life. Whales and dolphins are frequently sighted in the zone. Water temperatures range from a low of 52 deg F in the winter (June-Aug) to about 57F during the summer months (Jan-Feb). Occasionally the surface temp gets to 70F in the bay of Antofagasta but once you go down a couple of meters the water cools off. In general, the best visibility is during the winter, boasting some 15m to 40m. The best diving is early in the morning to avoid plankton bloom. As the depth drops off very quickly most of the diving is close to shore. In fact, at many of the dive sites accessible by shore one can easily go beyond maximum recreational depth limits. The best dive sites are located on the Mellijones Peninsula.

Diving is not widespread as a sport but there is one operator, Buceo Magallanes, working out of the “Club de Yates”. They are a PADI certified organization and provide top notch gear rental and tank fills.

English (Traduiu aquest text en Català): Relatively unknown, Antofagasta offers some fantastic diving for those who like to dive off the beaten path. If you like cool waters, whales, dolphins, sea lions, sea otters, kelp forests and wall diving then Antofagasta could be your destination.

Although Antofagasta is located on the Tropic of Capricorn, the diving typically is known for cold water, kelp, sea lions and associated marine life. Whales and dolphins are frequently sighted in the zone. Water temperatures range from a low of 52 deg F in the winter (June-Aug) to about 57F during the summer months (Jan-Feb). Occasionally the surface temp gets to 70F in the bay of Antofagasta but once you go down a couple of meters the water cools off. In general, the best visibility is during the winter, boasting some 15m to 40m. The best diving is early in the morning to avoid plankton bloom. As the depth drops off very quickly most of the diving is close to shore. In fact, at many of the dive sites accessible by shore one can easily go beyond maximum recreational depth limits. The best dive sites are located on the Mellijones Peninsula.

Diving is not widespread as a sport but there is one operator, Buceo Magallanes, working out of the “Club de Yates”. They are a PADI certified organization and provide top notch gear rental and tank fills.

English (Traduiu aquest text en Català): Relatively unknown, Antofagasta offers some fantastic diving for those who like to dive off the beaten path. If you like cool waters, whales, dolphins, sea lions, sea otters, kelp forests and wall diving then Antofagasta could be your destination.

Although Antofagasta is located on the Tropic of Capricorn, the diving typically is known for cold water, kelp, sea lions and associated marine life. Whales and dolphins are frequently sighted in the zone. Water temperatures range from a low of 52 deg F in the winter (June-Aug) to about 57F during the summer months (Jan-Feb). Occasionally the surface temp gets to 70F in the bay of Antofagasta but once you go down a couple of meters the water cools off. In general, the best visibility is during the winter, boasting some 15m to 40m. The best diving is early in the morning to avoid plankton bloom. As the depth drops off very quickly most of the diving is close to shore. In fact, at many of the dive sites accessible by shore one can easily go beyond maximum recreational depth limits. The best dive sites are located on the Mellijones Peninsula.

Diving is not widespread as a sport but there is one operator, Buceo Magallanes, working out of the “Club de Yates”. They are a PADI certified organization and provide top notch gear rental and tank fills.

Més detalls

 
Estacions
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Climate
Air temp. 25°C
77°F
25°C
77°F
24°C
75°F
23°C
73°F
22°C
72°F
21°C
70°F
19°C
66°F
18°C
64°F
19°C
66°F
19°C
66°F
21°C
70°F
23°C
73°F
Water temp. 14°C
57°F
14°C
57°F
13°C
55°F
13°C
55°F
13°C
55°F
13°C
55°F
12°C
54°F
12°C
54°F
12°C
54°F
12°C
54°F
13°C
55°F
13°C
55°F
Equipment Wetsuit 5mm Wetsuit 5mm Wetsuit 5mm Wetsuit 7mm Wetsuit 7mm Wetsuit 7mm Wetsuit 7mm Wetsuit 7mm Wetsuit 7mm Wetsuit 5mm Wetsuit 5mm Wetsuit 5mm
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