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Scuba diving in Argentina

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Diving in Argentina

Quick facts

  • Neighbouring Paraguay is currently experiencing its deadliest yellow fever epidemic in over 60 years. If visiting near the border, being vaccinated at least 10 DAYS prior is highly recommended. While no cases have been reported in Argentina as of March 2008, this disease can spread very quickly and unpredictably. Check up-to-date information before travelling.
  • Malaria risk is low and confined to rural areas along the borders with Bolivia and Paraquay. Check for up-to-date information before you travel.
  • On 29 February 2008, NaTHNaC (National Travel Health Network and Centre) revised its recommendations for yellow fever vaccination for travellers to Argentina based on Ministry of Health recommendations.
  • Don't forget that seasons are reversed from those of the Northern Hemisphere!
  • For extreme southern diving, drysuits are a must!

When to go

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Water temperature

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Where to dive

USD 3,900Per trip
USD 3,930Per trip
USD 49Per dive
Pricing on request

What to see

Spanish (official), English, Italian, German, French
Argentina peso
GMT -3
Mostly temperate; arid in SE; subantarctic in SW
Natural hazards:
Earthquakes, violent windstorms (pamperos), heavy flooding
Diving season:
Year round
Water temperature:
18C - 23C (Buenos Aires)
2C - 10C (Ushuaia)
Air temperature:
7C - 30C (Buenos Aires)
-1C - 14C (Ushuaia)


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