Puerto Colombia

South America, Colombia, Caribbean
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Snorkeling and Scuba Diving at Puerto Colombia

This site has not being a regular site for diving. This area is in the north coast of Colombia. Pto Colombia has the second largest pier in the world with wrecks in shallow waters.
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Casa De Buceo y Aventura
Casa De Buceo y Aventura
Oficina De Ventas Cra 3 #8-47
Rodadero
Santa Marta, Magdalena, null null
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Aquasport Al Limite
Aquasport Al Limite
Carrera 1C #22-26 Local 01 Ed. El Castillo
Santa Marta, Magdalena, null 470006
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Caribbean Pro Dive Center
Caribbean Pro Dive Center
Cra 2 Calle 18 esquina
Santa Marta, null null
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Santa Marta Dive and Adventure
Santa Marta Dive and Adventure
Calle 17, #2 L 43, Centro Historico
Santa Marta, null 48002
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Megadolon Dive Club Taganga
Megadolon Dive Club Taganga
Calle 13 N 2A #03
Taganga, Santa Marta
Magdalena, null null
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Tayrona Dive Center
Tayrona Dive Center
Carrera 1C #18a-22
Taganga
Santa Marta, null 47000
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Reef Shepherd Dive Center
Reef Shepherd Dive Center
Calle 14, No 1-02
Taganga
Santa Marta, null 470001
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Barracuda Dive Center
Barracuda Dive Center
Calle 14 #1B-12
Taganga
Santa Marta, null null
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Manigua Dive Center
Manigua Dive Center
Calle 17, #1-30,
Taganga, null null
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Taganga Dive Station
Taganga Dive Station
Calle 14, #1b-61
Taganga
Santa Marta, null 470005
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Zentacle
Zentacle
Sep 21, 2021, 1:06 AM
scuba
The larger beach is known a Makena Beach or Oneloa Beach, and the smaller is the famous Pu'u Olai Beach. The parking is on this end of Makena. The Point to the right. Here, you can enter to dive the Point, or carry your gear over the cliff trail to the s And the beach to the left. You have a 100 yard walk down this trail, and then another 200 to the entry of the first beach. Lots of good parking-- but make sure you take all valuables with you! The entrance is non-descript, so just watch for this turn-off to the right.
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Anonymous
Anonymous
Oct 2, 2008, 12:00 AM
scuba
Originally posted on shorediving.com
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