Dive trip in Mexico
Jungle, cenotes, coral and antic ruins
Your dive trip in Mexico, spend 8 days exploring the wonderful coral reef of Mayan Riviera and the mystical Mayan underwater world!
16 dives in 8 days:
- Day 1. Reef Diving in Playa del Carmen
- Day 2. Diving in Cozumel
- Day 3. Cenotes Chac Mool and Kukulkan
- Day 4. Cenotes Dos Ojos and The Bat Cave
- Day 5. Cenotes Ponderosa and Tajma Ha
- Day 6. Cenotes Angelita and Casa
- Day 7. Cenote Dream Gate
- Day 8. Cenotes Zapote and Kin Ha
- Minimum age is 15 years old for cenotes diving
- Minimum age is 10 years old for reef diving
- Minimum certification Advanced Open Water Diver PADI or equivalent
- Not recommended for travelers with heart problems or other serious medical conditions
- Not recommended for back problems
- Not recommended for pregnant travelers
- Diving within 24 hours of flying is not recommended. All participants will be required to complete a health questionnaire prior to diving. Some pre-existing medical conditions (eg asthma, heart conditions, etc) may prevent you from diving, please consult your doctor
General information dive trip in Mexico
In the cenotes, the instructor/guide has no more than 4 divers. When diving in the cenotes, we leave the dive center around 7 – 9 am, the time is being discussed in advance. Depending on the distance to the cenotes, we return to the dive center from 1 pm to 4 pm. In the interval between dives in cenotes, snacks and water are provided.
When diving in the sea near Playa del Carmen, the boat departs at 08:45 and 12:45. All dive sites are from 10 to 20 minutes ride from the coast. Return to the shore at 12:30 and 16:30 respectively.
Diving equipment is transported in individual boxes, after returning from diving it is stored and dried in the dive center.
You can create your own dive pack.
Dive trip in Mexico options
Whale shark snorkeling
June to September.
It’s a unique opportunity to swim alongside the world’s greatest fish! You can see the size and beauty of these fish and even practically touch them. Whale sharks in Cancun appear around June and delight us until September when they move on to other horizons.
Bull shark dive
Bull sharks can be found every year from November to March.
These encounters are full of thrills for divers. This dive allows you to admire these magnificent creatures. Don’t be afraid, your meeting will be painless.
It will be 2 dives:
- Shark point dive
- Reef dive
You will explore the most colorful and interesting diving sites of the second largest coral reef in the world. There is a large variety of dives spots, many corals and marine fauna: tropical reef fish, sponges, lobsters, groupers, sea fans, turtles, moray eels, rays, angelfish, stingrays, sergeant majors and bull sharks (from November to March).
- Shark point
- Pared Verde
- Punta Venado
- Los Arcos and many others
Underwater Museum of Art in Cancun
They take place at the Underwater Museum (MUSA) which has more than 500 different sculptures.
The main idea was to divert divers from the Cancun reef. The sculptures in the Cancun Underwater Museum have filled with animals and have begun to attract tourists and divers from all over the world. The MUSA underwater museum in Cancun is unique. You will see how many species of fish and corals have begun to make the museum their permanent home, fulfilling the goal of the environmental improvement project.
- One in the famous museum
- Second on in the wonderful coral reef of Mayan Riviera
Full cave diver course in Mexico
The desire for underwater adventure in caves, caverns and cenotes has settled in you?
Mexico has the most concentrated submerged cave system in the world. The Yucatan Peninsula is a gigantic karst plateau with the two longest underground systems in the world (Ox Bel Ha and Sac Actun). It is an ideal place to follow this course because the region offers cave dives of all types and levels with different passages and depths.
This package includes all courses from Cave Sidemount Diver TDI to Full Cave Diver TDI. It is designed for divers who wish to switch from an ordinary diver to a cave diver. You will be accompanied by a highly qualified professional instructor whose expertise is cave diving.
Free diving course in Mexico
Come experiment the harmony with the nature and the silence beneath the waves
Freediving is a veritable connection between water and man. Freediving is for everybody, come free dive with the silence beneath the waves!
What is freediving?
Freediving is a method of underwater diving that does not require the help of a breathing apparatus.
- Introduction to freediving
- Breathing and breath-holding exercises
- Practice sessions (max 10 meters)
The most important is to learn how to breathe properly and to improve your physical psychological and emotional state.
•Les temples mayas oubliés et perdus dans la végétation ou accrochés aux falaises des caraïbes et les villes coloniales
•Découvrez le snorkeling, l’apnée ou la plongée sous-marine dans des conditions parfaitement adaptées à l’initiation sur les récifs de corail de l’île de Cozumel avec la visibilité d’une piscine
•Une rencontre garantie avec le plus grand poisson du monde : le requin-baleine accompagné de nombreuses raies manta de juin à septembre
•Dans la jungle, nagez ou plongez pour explorer les mystérieux cenotes, des grottes où l’eau pure, sans particule procure la sensation de voler
•Plongez avec les raies aigle d’octobre à mars autour d’une épave
•Immersions à sensations avec les espadons en pleine chasse de mi-janvier à fin février
•Rencontrez le requin bouledogue de novembre à mars
•Plongez dans le mystique Angelita, un gouffre au mystérieux nuage sous-marin accessible en 4×4 puis à pieds
•Plongez de nuit, en fluorescence sous-marine ou en dérive avec le crabe royal à Cozumel