Scuba Diving in Puerto Rico

Western Puerto Rico is a diver’s paradise. The average ocean temperature in Puerto Rico is 81ºF and underwater visibility averages 60 to 75 feet. Offshore visibility is frequently known to top 100 – 150 feet or more. Enjoy undisturbed coral formations, a variety of reef fish, eels, dolphins, turtles and sharks. Numerous shore dive locations make it easy for non-divers to enjoy the trip as well while snorkeling off the boat or straight from shore. If the waves are up in Rincon, head down to the South Coast of the island to dive The Wall at La Parguera – one of the best dive sites in Puerto Rico. New divers can do their Open Water PADI certification in Puerto Rico, or go for a “Discovery Dive” where the instructor will keep with you one-on-one in shallower waters for safety.

Scuba Dive ‘The Wall’ Parguera

La Parguera near Lajas is an exciting dive location on the Southwest corner of Puerto Rico. The most famous site at La Parguera is the stunning Parguera Wall. The Wall is formed as the continental shelf drops over 1500 feet into the ocean depths.

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Guided Shore Dive :: Rincon

Rincon offers a variety of great reef accessible by shore for divers. The Tres Palmas marine reserve is home to some of the largest stands of endangered elk-horn coral on the island and is teeming with a great variety of reef fish, eels, rays, turtles, dolphins, manatee and more.

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  1. Posted by Laird hepburn| March 22, 2013 |

    Are you NAUI or PADI? Please advise on open water diver certification courses and costs for June 2013.