Our dive sites are relatively close to our dive center. Once ready, we left from Contadora Island and arrived in about 10 minutes with our speedboat. The Pearl Islands is a collection of more than 100 islands.

The origin of most of the island is volcanic rock. This great variation of islands offers various natural and mineral nutrients, resulting in an abundance of marine life. The background features a wide variety of rock formations, beautiful corals, including orange coral, brain coral and other corals that does not exist anywhere else in the world.

Scuba diving in the Pacific Ocean is very different to scuba diving in the Caribbean Sea, as there is a much larger variety and abundance of fish. You can see butterfly fish, angel fish, sand fish, parrot fish, various eels, different types of tuna, brown sharks, reef sharks, whitetip sharks, manta rays, lobsters, oysters and much more …

THE CHANNEL: This is a rocky place where the geography is very interesting, depth of immersion, going from 20 to 60 feet, with formations of platforms and eaves, Marine life is abundant, banks of fish, lines, brown, sharks, depending on the tide you can dive with current  Drift Diving.

THE CAVE: It is a place where channels and caves are formed, with the high tide. There are many banks of fish, you can see sometimes reef sharks. The depth goes from 20 to 35 feet.

CORAL SUR: It is an ideal site for beginners because the depth does not exceed 25 feet, and is practically an aquarium, full of fish. and corals.

CORAL NORTE: Intermediate level, because it is not deep, but there is current. In July, there can be up to 100 feet of visibility ..