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You didn't think so... In Córdoba there are several options to learn how to dive and learn about beauty from another perspective: depth.
The province of Córdoba has a thousand and one options if it comes to living new experiences. The landscapes offered by the Cordovan territory are unique, varied and beautiful. Fans of adventure tourism have this province as a paradise. Its mountains, lakes and hills invite us to do many activities. That's why it's the first destination if you're looking for adrenaline. It has underwater resources, with its flora and fauna that enchants us. Its submerged landscapes mirror the beautiful mountain ranges that surround it.
One activity that has gained strength in recent years is diving. There are many destinations that add to this proposal and offer classes, workshops and training courses . The most famous options are two: El Cerro Pelado Reservoir and the Piedras Moras Dam.However, the San Roque dam and the Blue Lagoon , among others, also make their waters available for these activities .
In general, it is recommended to do it with a group of people. Above all, with an instructor who knows the deep terrain in which the group dives.
Cerro Pelado Reservoir is located in Calamuchita Valley. Just 130 km from the capital, this reservoir gives us an unmissable underwater forest. Diving here is diving among trees, pircas, barbed wire, hills and ravines . The landscapes that Cerro Pelado gives us are indescribable and wonderful. This water mirror has an area of 1240 hectares and a maximum depth of 120 meters.It is the perfect depth to practice and learn how to dive .
On the other hand, the Piedras Moras Dam enables both those who have experience and those who do not. In this dike the tours are made together with some diver belonging to the Agrupación Dizos Deportivos Córdoba. On this route we recognize a village submerged under water. Among trees of 15 m, there is a room with reservoirs and pens that are preserved in optimal conditions. The Piedras Moras gives us an underwater village that surprises us as the walk progresses. The Salto Norte village, which more than 40 years ago is a lost treasure.
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Publication Date: 14/07/2020
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