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Looking for Providencia and San Andres buddy

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marius_i

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I'll be visiting the Colombian islands of Providencia and San Andres between 17 March - 1 April. A quick search on the internet shows me a couple of freediving schools on San Andres, but nothing on Providencia. I am planning on spending more time on Providencia and was wondering if anyone has any freediving reccommendations? Or if anyone might be visiting around that time and would be interested in buddying up? Recreational diving only, no depth training. I'd just like to be able to enjoy the marine life and not be limited by the lack of a buddy.

Many thanks!
 
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