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 Jardines de Copetón

Chile, Antofagasta

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 23° 20.187' S
Longitude: 70° 35.51' W

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English (Translate this text in English): To get to this site you head towards la Isla Santa Maria by the marked road. When you get to the small mine you turn off the paved road and head north into the desert. This is best done with a 4x4 but can be managed in a 4x2 if you now how to navigate soft material. You will be following a well distinguished ridge until you get to ocean after about a 20 minute drive. Use the GPS coordinates and find the road into the zone.

English (Translate this text in English): To get to this site you head towards la Isla Santa Maria by the marked road. When you get to the small mine you turn off the paved road and head north into the desert. This is best done with a 4x4 but can be managed in a 4x2 if you now how to navigate soft material. You will be following a well distinguished ridge until you get to ocean after about a 20 minute drive. Use the GPS coordinates and find the road into the zone.

To get to this site you head towards la Isla Santa Maria by the marked road. When you get to the small mine you turn off the paved road and head north into the desert. This is best done with a 4x4 but can be managed in a 4x2 if you now how to navigate soft material. You will be following a well distinguished ridge until you get to ocean after about a 20 minute drive. Use the GPS coordinates and find the road into the zone.

English (Translate this text in English): To get to this site you head towards la Isla Santa Maria by the marked road. When you get to the small mine you turn off the paved road and head north into the desert. This is best done with a 4x4 but can be managed in a 4x2 if you now how to navigate soft material. You will be following a well distinguished ridge until you get to ocean after about a 20 minute drive. Use the GPS coordinates and find the road into the zone.

English (Translate this text in English): To get to this site you head towards la Isla Santa Maria by the marked road. When you get to the small mine you turn off the paved road and head north into the desert. This is best done with a 4x4 but can be managed in a 4x2 if you now how to navigate soft material. You will be following a well distinguished ridge until you get to ocean after about a 20 minute drive. Use the GPS coordinates and find the road into the zone.

English (Translate this text in English): To get to this site you head towards la Isla Santa Maria by the marked road. When you get to the small mine you turn off the paved road and head north into the desert. This is best done with a 4x4 but can be managed in a 4x2 if you now how to navigate soft material. You will be following a well distinguished ridge until you get to ocean after about a 20 minute drive. Use the GPS coordinates and find the road into the zone.

English (Translate this text in English): To get to this site you head towards la Isla Santa Maria by the marked road. When you get to the small mine you turn off the paved road and head north into the desert. This is best done with a 4x4 but can be managed in a 4x2 if you now how to navigate soft material. You will be following a well distinguished ridge until you get to ocean after about a 20 minute drive. Use the GPS coordinates and find the road into the zone.

English (Translate this text in English): To get to this site you head towards la Isla Santa Maria by the marked road. When you get to the small mine you turn off the paved road and head north into the desert. This is best done with a 4x4 but can be managed in a 4x2 if you now how to navigate soft material. You will be following a well distinguished ridge until you get to ocean after about a 20 minute drive. Use the GPS coordinates and find the road into the zone.

English (Translate this text in English): To get to this site you head towards la Isla Santa Maria by the marked road. When you get to the small mine you turn off the paved road and head north into the desert. This is best done with a 4x4 but can be managed in a 4x2 if you now how to navigate soft material. You will be following a well distinguished ridge until you get to ocean after about a 20 minute drive. Use the GPS coordinates and find the road into the zone.

How? From shore

Distance Short walk from shore (< 5min)

Easy to find? Hard to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Alternative name Copeton Gardens

Average depth 18 m / 59.1 ft

Max depth 25 m / 82 ft

Current Low ( < 1 knot)

Visibility 

Quality

Dive site quality Good

Experience CMAS ** / AOW

Bio interest Interesting

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Week-end crowd 

Dive type

- Reef

Dive site activities

- Snorkeling / Free diving
- Orientation

Dangers

- Current

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): The entry to the site is from the pebble beach. Exercise extreme caution with the surf in this area upon entry and exit. Once you are in the water head out to about 10m depth and descend. It is best to head SW and work around the large rocks. This site has lots of kelp and the associated marine life. Ocean sunfish also frequent the zone.

English (Translate this text in English): The entry to the site is from the pebble beach. Exercise extreme caution with the surf in this area upon entry and exit. Once you are in the water head out to about 10m depth and descend. It is best to head SW and work around the large rocks. This site has lots of kelp and the associated marine life. Ocean sunfish also frequent the zone.

The entry to the site is from the pebble beach. Exercise extreme caution with the surf in this area upon entry and exit. Once you are in the water head out to about 10m depth and descend. It is best to head SW and work around the large rocks. This site has lots of kelp and the associated marine life. Ocean sunfish also frequent the zone.

English (Translate this text in English): The entry to the site is from the pebble beach. Exercise extreme caution with the surf in this area upon entry and exit. Once you are in the water head out to about 10m depth and descend. It is best to head SW and work around the large rocks. This site has lots of kelp and the associated marine life. Ocean sunfish also frequent the zone.

English (Translate this text in English): The entry to the site is from the pebble beach. Exercise extreme caution with the surf in this area upon entry and exit. Once you are in the water head out to about 10m depth and descend. It is best to head SW and work around the large rocks. This site has lots of kelp and the associated marine life. Ocean sunfish also frequent the zone.

English (Translate this text in English): The entry to the site is from the pebble beach. Exercise extreme caution with the surf in this area upon entry and exit. Once you are in the water head out to about 10m depth and descend. It is best to head SW and work around the large rocks. This site has lots of kelp and the associated marine life. Ocean sunfish also frequent the zone.

English (Translate this text in English): The entry to the site is from the pebble beach. Exercise extreme caution with the surf in this area upon entry and exit. Once you are in the water head out to about 10m depth and descend. It is best to head SW and work around the large rocks. This site has lots of kelp and the associated marine life. Ocean sunfish also frequent the zone.

English (Translate this text in English): The entry to the site is from the pebble beach. Exercise extreme caution with the surf in this area upon entry and exit. Once you are in the water head out to about 10m depth and descend. It is best to head SW and work around the large rocks. This site has lots of kelp and the associated marine life. Ocean sunfish also frequent the zone.

English (Translate this text in English): The entry to the site is from the pebble beach. Exercise extreme caution with the surf in this area upon entry and exit. Once you are in the water head out to about 10m depth and descend. It is best to head SW and work around the large rocks. This site has lots of kelp and the associated marine life. Ocean sunfish also frequent the zone.

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