Diving

La Paz

Dive into the depths of the World Aquarium and discover a diversity of fauna and an ecosystem that will leave you speechless with dozens of natural reefs.

The Suwane Reef is 15 feet deep. Multiple species will be part of the colorful experience of living with the enormous biodiversity that inhabits the Aquarium of the World and that is possible to enjoy thanks to the clear sea, which is why it is one of the favorite sites of national and international underwater photographers.

El Bajito is a rocky reef with a depth of 30 to 40 feet, recommended for beginners who want to rejoice with a spectacle of sea turtles, mantas and pelagic species. Meanwhile, Isla Ballena, has a depth of 20 feet where species such as lobsters shelter through underwater caves.

For the more advanced divers there is the Bajo, with an average depth of 50 and 90 feet, in this area you can see hammerhead sharks and yellowfin tuna. In Punta Lobos and pailebote you can witness schools of mantas, reef species and larger fish.

Finally, there is Isla Las Animas, one of the furthest places from La Paz and one of the deepest (up to 150 feet), so it is recommended only for experts. In it there is a small colony of sea lions, hammerhead sharks, sea turtles, horse mackerel, marlin, dolphins and whale sharks.
Dive into the depths of the World Aquarium and discover a diversity of fauna and an ecosystem that will leave you speechless with dozens of natural reefs.

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The Suwane Reef is 15 feet deep. Multiple species will be part of the colorful experience of living with the enormous biodiversity that inhabits the Aquarium of the World and that is possible to enjoy thanks to the clear sea, which is why it is one of the favorite sites of national and international underwater photographers.

El Bajito is a rocky reef with a depth of 30 to 40 feet, recommended for beginners who want to rejoice with a spectacle of sea turtles, mantas and pelagic species. Meanwhile, Isla Ballena, has a depth of 20 feet where species such as lobsters shelter through underwater caves.

For the more advanced divers there is the Bajo, with an average depth of 50 and 90 feet, in this area you can see hammerhead sharks and yellowfin tuna. In Punta Lobos and pailebote you can witness schools of mantas, reef species and larger fish.

Finally, there is Isla Las Animas, one of the furthest places from La Paz and one of the deepest (up to 150 feet), so it is recommended only for experts. In it there is a small colony of sea lions, hammerhead sharks, sea turtles, horse mackerel, marlin, dolphins and whale sharks.

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