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Somos un Dive Resort PADI con mas de 20 anos de experiencia en la practica del buceo en Cartagena. Dentro de los mas altos estandares de seguridad, nos empenamos en hacer que todos nuestros clientes llenen plenamente sus expectativas respecto del...more
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Edificio Marina del Rey, Cll 1 # 2-23 local 4, Av. del retorno | Marina del Rey building, Cartagena, Colombia
We went for a one-day, two-submersion dive trip with La Tortuga in June, and it was a really great and fun experience. I am a certified Open Water Diver, but my two friends accompanying me had never dived before. This wasn't an issue at all,...More
It was a pleasure to meet all the team of La tortuga. They are all friendly, professional and they help you with everything they can. Specially Maria (the office) and Juan (the divemaster) are kindly and I will recommend anyone who wants to dive in...More
I had a couple of days in Cartagena and this guys were pretty close to my hotel so checking them out i decided to get a diving license with them. They were the best and very professional in all the bad situations i found myself...More
Well, there is no review as such... as Tortuga operator decided not to show up to our rendez-vous at 7am. My wife and I called about 3 times to make sure all was ok, but they simply "forgot" about us...
When we called them, their...More
We called and talked to Maria on Tuesday to book a morning dive Thursday and she took our information and stated we needed to be at the dive shop at 7:30am for paperwork and getting our gear. Excited and booked, good to go, right? No....More
I had a great dive with Diego and his crew,it was lots of fun and very professional.
We did one dive at a bay to get the techniques down then some snacks/ fruit/water then on to the second dive spot.The second dive spot was really...More
Diego and team were fantastic to complete two fun dives with.
Relaxed, yet very professional and a nice boat.
The sites were fantastic, the first with several shipwrecks and the second a mountainous coral garden.
I would highly recommend to new, learning and experienced divers.
2 Thank Gemma M
TortugaDive, Gerente at La Tortuga Dive School, responded to this reviewResponded May 16, 2017
Thanks for your comments and rating! Hope to have you back with us at some other time!
The instructors were very profesional and always keeping an eye on everyone. Fruits, snacks and water were always available and in great quantity, also a sandwich was given at the end.
We were with a American guy and the whole explanation was given in English,...More
1 Thank Ana Sofía G
TortugaDive, Manager at La Tortuga Dive School, responded to this reviewResponded January 17, 2017
Thank you so much for the kind words and the rating! It is a great pleassure to see such great comments regarding our operation. We pride ourselves in providing a great service and that our divers feel safe and comfortable. I hope to have you...More
This place was incredible. We were a hard to please group: 2 advanced divers and three new divers doing the mini course. We wanted to be together for at least one dive, but also wanted to enjoy some of the wrecks and other things that...More
1 Thank toniatigre
TortugaDive, Manager at La Tortuga Dive School, responded to this reviewResponded January 2, 2017
Thank you so much for taking your time to write this review and for your score. We take extreme measures to ensure all of our divers are safe, and feel safe, during all of our dives. We also take great pride in providing our clients...More
Response from toniatigre | Reviewed this property |
Hi, the ships are in shallow waters, so I think you could do it if you are certified. The dive company might also be willing to do a baptism or something similar if you are not certified. You will probably only be able to... More
Hi, the ships are in shallow waters, so I think you could do it if you are certified. The dive company might also be willing to do a baptism or something similar if you are not certified. You will probably only be able to see the ships from the outside, and not penetrate them.