Felipe's Dive Shop, Providencia and Santa Catalina, Colombia

The underwater reef is a different world. My job is to introduce people to this world. I offer half-day, full-day and multi-day diving tours. I've been diving for 35 years and I opened the dive school 12 years ago. We are successful because our highest priority is providing a good service and a safe experience to our clients. For us, providing a good experience is more than just taking them to a good dive spot. It's a priority to make sure they feel safe, challenged and, most of all, to have a good time!

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Latitude: 13.34474 Longitude: -81.3936 Elevation: 19 ft
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Recreational Opportunities Available

Crash course: designed as a brief experience for someone's first dive to get a sense of whether they like it or if they don't have much time. The course starts out with a theoretical introduction to diving, followed by the use of the equipment in the ocean, whereby we dive up to 12 meters.

We also offer advanced courses, open water certification, Dive Master, and assistant instructor courses. The open water certification course takes 5 days to complete.

Hours Open

8 am - 6:00 pm. Dives available any time... just call!.

Seasons Open

All year.

Admission Fee (if any)

Crash course:  $160,000

Open Water Certification course: $650,000 - $750,000.

Advanced course: $700,000.

Single Immersion:  $100,000 ($160,000 with equipment).

Double Immersion: $120,000 ($180,000 with equipment).

Night dive:  $100,000 ($160,000 with equipment).

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Actions taken to promote environmental or social sustainability

We are committed to the preservation of the reefs by not causing any damage. When we're diving, we do everything possible to prevent damage to the environment. We know that the more damage we do, the less work we will have. We report any damage to Coralina, the government organization responsible for the environment in San Andrés and Providencia. 

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