Dive in Playa Del Carmen

Diving packages in Playa Del Carmen

one Day Cenote Diving Level A (Start Level)

2 Tank Dive in one of the following Cenotes - Kukulkan + Chac Mool- Dos Ojos + Bat Cave- Chikin Ha- Tajma Haall Cenote-Cavern-Dives including two guidet dives, entry fee, transpot, flashlight, tank, wights, sandwich + softdrinks not includet: divegear

Cozumel directly from Playa del Carmen

Two dives in the amazing reefs of Cozumel! Direct departure from Playa del Carmen, no need to take the ferry and transfer to the boat whilst at the island of Cozumel.Package includes transfer to and from the island on a fast boat, full set of gear, entrance fee to the Marine National Park. Extra fee of 15 USD for rental gear, or 5 USD/item needed.The dives happen in the Marine National Park area…

one Day Cenote Diving Level C

2 Tank Dive in one of the following Cenotes combinations - Dreamgate (2 Dives) or - Grand Cenote + Aktun Ha (Carwash) or- Calavera + Grand Cenote all Cenote-Cavern-Dives including two guidet dives, entry fee, transpot, flashlight, tank, wights, sandwich + softdrinks not includet: divegear

Discover Playa's reefs

Join us for a two-tank excursion on the local reefs in Playa del Carmen. If you haven't been in the water for a while or just want to dive, this is the way to go. The morning reefs are deeper dives (ranging from 15m/45ft to 30m/90 ft) and in the afternoon we get to explore the shallow reefs around Playa (12-15m/36-45ft).You can choose to dive from 8am-12 or 1pm-4pm.Includes BCD, regulators,…

Cenotes!

Have you ever wondered what does it feel to float in outer space?Do you want to enjoy the underworld in the Mayan Riviera?Then Cenotes are just what you are looking for. The dives start in a peaceful setting in the middle of the jungle, where you see a whole in the ground with water. And the journey begins through the underground rivers of the Yucatan Peninsula, where light beams come through the…

Diving in Playa Del Carmen

Playa del Carmen is ideal for all divers, beginners and experienced divers. Most dives around Playa are drift dives, but no worry about getting lost, you will always have a guide with you! (Mexican law) 

All around the year, you can dive in the famous “Tortuga’s Reef”, Turtle Reef, to observe Hawksbill Turtle, you just have to let you go with the current through the garden reef. A part from the turtles you can as well see huge schools of tarpons, barracudas and if you are really lucky bull sharks and sailfishes. 

Between December to March, the sea is getting a little bit colder, so bull sharks are coming to the shallower waters of Playa! Try the Bull Shark dive experience, No cage, No food necessary, just a good briefing and good behavior from the divers are needed. It is a life time experience to be just few meters from this perfect creature. 

If you decide to visit Playa del Carmen, you must dive in to the Cenotes. Cenotes are part of an underground river system of fresh water located inside the jungle. Nowhere else in the world you can have the opportunity to dive trough a cavern, with such crystalline water, between stalagmites and stalactites.

Maya's civilization considers cenotes sacred. It is unique dives in the world where you can dive with your Open Water Certification or equivalent and no calustrophobia ! During summer, in the North of Peninsula, the biggest fish on the planet is migrating in the Caribbean: Whale Sharks. Come snorkeling with this harmless giant, and observe them eating plankton.

If you are lucky you might see mantas, mobulas and dolphins during the boat trip. You will remember all your life this experience, feeling so small regarding this graceful giant.

Dos Ojos Cenotes

Travel to Playa Del Carmen

Playa del Carmen is located in the Caribbean sea, just one hour south from Cancun Airport. "Playa", as the inhabitants call it, is a cosmopolite city, indeed, you can have delightful holidays, meeting welcoming Mexicans, Americans, Europeans and South America expatriates.

Playa is ideal location for family, couples, singles, luxury or economic holidays because of the extended range of the tourist offer. Playa, used to be a fisherman village, nowadays, it is a growing charming city.

Enjoy a walk in the famous pedestrian street: La Quinta / the Fifth Avenue, the perfect place for shopping, enjoy delicious food or just chill out ! Everyone can find a delightful place to have dinner; sea food and lobster on the beach, a delicious arrachera meat, Italian pastas or of course Mexican tacos! Choice is unlimited.

Playa, as well, is the starting point for a lot of excursions like Mayans ruins. Chichen Itza, Coba or Tulum (only ruins close to the Ocean with a spectacular beach) are famous and a must to visit in the Peninsula of Yucatan.

Sian Kaan biosphere listed in Unesco World Heritage would be a pleasure for your eyes, between birds, crocodiles and mangroves. You want more actions? Let's take a catamaran, Zip line, jungle, speed boat or ATV tour!

Playa del Carmen, used to be the “little sister” of Cozumel from a diving point of view, however Playa has so much to offer to the divers and snorkelers between turtles dives, sharks, caverns (Cenotes), whale sharks, eagles rays…

  • Bull sharks at Mama vina

    Bull sharks at Mama vina
  • Mama Vina Wreck

    Mama Vina Wreck
  • The Fifth Avenue, la Quinta, Pedestrian street

    The Fifth Avenue, la Quinta, Pedestrian street
  • Dos Ojos Cenotes

    Dos Ojos Cenotes
  • Barracuda reef

    Barracuda reef
  • Stalagtites at the cave

    Stalagtites at the cave
  • Barracuda reef

    Barracuda reef
  • Barracuda reef

    Barracuda reef
  • Tarpons

    Tarpons
  • Grouper

    Grouper
  • Pool session

    Pool session
  • Scubacaribe Yucatan

    Scubacaribe Yucatan
  • Playa del Carmen Reef

    Playa del Carmen Reef
  • Barracuda reef

    Barracuda reef
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