Dive in Mexico

Diving packages in Mexico


Cancun offers wreck diving that can be the most challenging as well as one of the your most rewarding dives. . Our highly experienced guides will make this an exciting dive as well as a safe one.Wrecks are colonized by Barracudas , giant groupers and different species of large fish; as well as the annual visit of eagle rays that migrate in the winter months. It is an excellent deep…

VIP Private snorkel tour in a beautiful Cenote

Go snorkeling in one of the most beautiful Cenotes in the Riviera Maya at night with private transportation and guide.The cavern is set up with amazing illumination so it really is the same during the day and night time. The point of going at night is that there is no one else and you can really take your time to enjoy the beauty of the place. Very romantic setting. Meeting time in Playa Del…

3 Days - 2 Dives per day

Ocean diving We dive mainly in Akumal, 20 km north from Tulum. Please read more about dive sites in ocean diving tours section. Cavern diving There are around 14 caverns lines open for open water divers. Most of them are located few minutes drive from Tulum center. Read more about it in cavern diving tours section.

2 days of 2 tank dives

Includes 2 days of 2 tank dives. Small fast boat or large cpacity boat for larger groups available. Certified Divemaster/Instructor with Marine Park permission. Fruit, water and equipment included in the trip.

Cancun Underwater Museum Dive

Cancun's Underwater Museum is an ecological project which began in 2009.British artist Jason DeCaires Taylor created a manmade reef by submerging over 450 lifesized sculptures made from ph neutral clay.These sculpture will eventually be covered in coral thus promoting the growth of marine life.Schools of fish and other species have already made the museum their home.By attracting divers to the…
Akumal Beach

Travel to Mexico

Off the coast of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsular stretching past Belize and on towards Honduras is the Great Mayan or Meso American Reef, at almost 750 miles the worlds second longest reef, comprised of coral atolls, fringing reefs, barrier reefs and large coral gardens. The warm, clear Caribbean waters and bountiful coral in gorgeous formations make this spot a magnet for both marine life, such as dolphins, sharks, shellfish, sea horses, and sea turtles and for divers and snorkelers. There are over one hundred different coral species that make up the reef, the harder corals adding to the skeleton and extending upwards and outwards and the soft corals making for an attractive backdrop to watch more than 500 different species of fish.

There are too many choices for divers and snorklers with something to appeal to everyone from pirate shipwrecks to shallow coral gardens to limestone tunnels and subterranean rivers which feed into the sea creating really unusual diving experiences. The Isla Mujeres on the Cancun end of the reef has huge protected lagoon which has been made into a marine park which is great for new divers and snorklers and just north of the island is the Cave of the Sleeping Sharks, a local favourite and a good place to see sharks at their most passive due to low salt levels in the water.


  • Cenote Dos Ojos

    Cenote Dos Ojos
  • Tulum

  • Casa Cenote

    Casa Cenote
  • Ruin and Cenote

    Ruin and Cenote
  • Cenote Piste

    Cenote Piste
  • Tortuga Reef

    Tortuga Reef
  • Dive site : Paraiso

    Dive site : Paraiso
  • Tulum Ruins

    Tulum Ruins
  • cenote carwash

    cenote carwash
  • Tulum Beach

    Tulum Beach
  • The Fifth Avenue, la Quinta, Pedestrian street

    The Fifth Avenue, la Quinta, Pedestrian street
  • scorpion fish

    scorpion fish
  • Map Cenote Angelita

    Map Cenote Angelita
  • Cenote Car Wash

    Cenote Car Wash
  • Dos Ojos Cenotes

    Dos Ojos Cenotes
  • Chichen

  • Tulum Ruins

    Tulum Ruins
  • Akumal Beach

    Akumal Beach
  • Monument to scuba divers on the main road in San Miguel

    Monument to scuba divers on the main road in San Miguel
  • Endemic Fish of Cozumel Island : Toad Fish

    Endemic Fish of Cozumel Island : Toad Fish
  • Sea Turtle

    Sea Turtle
  • Tulum Ruins

    Tulum Ruins
  • Giant Moray Eel

    Giant Moray Eel
  • Tulum Ruins Beach

    Tulum Ruins Beach
  • Chichen Itza

    Chichen Itza