With 4300 km of coastline it's no wonder Chile boasts a hugely diverse range of dive sites. The Humboldt current runs the length of the central and northern coast, and it’s laden with nutrients that support a massive amount of biodiversity. To the south, the frigid waters around Punta Arenas are home to pods of dolphins and whales in a maze of fjords and islands.
This remote Pacific island is the epitome of a ‘deep blue’ feeling with perfect visibility, sheer drop-offs and no other divers in a radius of over 2000 miles. Robinson Crusoe Island also offers Humboldt Current diving in a remote location.
This sprawling, rugged landscapes and the bustling cities, makes scuba diving in Chile a must for any adventure-seeker.
Santiago International Airport (SCL) is the largest airport hub in Chile, and it welcomes dozens of international and domestic flights daily.
You can also catch flights from Santiago to Mataveri International on Easter Island (IPC), Aerodromo Viña del Mar near Valparaiso (VAP) and many other locations along the Chilean coast.