Dive in Cancun

Diving packages in Cancun

Cavern dive

This special 2-tank dive is exquisite for all adventure goers. Cavern certification is not required. We supply all the necessary cavern diving equipment including the wetsuit (of course you are welcome to bring your own). Our professionally trained and experienced cavern instructors will lead you through the most famous flooded cave system in the world. You will be guided through stalactites,…

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…

Cancun Wreck Dive

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to dive in a wreck? Imagine penetrating a genuine wreck with only the sound of your bubbles to accompany the eerie ghostly atmosphere. Make your way round the wheelhouse of a C58 Mindsweeper, swim along the 250ft vessel and be amazed at the schools of eagle rays that also populate this area. This drift dive departs Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at…


Package 1. TOP CANCUN (For certifed divers only)2 or 3 days - 5 dives2 dives at the wreck 2 dives at the outside reefs 1 Night dive +Wetsuit ,entrance to national park & transportation both ways from Cancun PERSONAL INSTRUCTOR

Bullshark dive

Dive with Bull Sharks From 1-10 Nov til FebruaryDive profile: 80 feet - 1 Tank dive. Includes: Transportation, equipment, long wet suit, water, soda, 1 beer after the dive and snack, use of showers. Option extra: Rent a 15 liter tankfor $12usdDeparts: Tuesday, Thursday & Saturdays To be able to partake in this underwater adventure, you need to meet the following requirements: * Have undertaken at…

Diving in Cancun

If you book a dive for the Cenotes in Cancun, it’s more than likely they will take you to Tulum or somewhere close to there, so if you’re going further south then wait until you get there to do those dives. But if you want to see the reefs around the Cancun then you can book at your hotel or contact the dive centres via the web.

There are a few dive centres dotted throughout the strip and a couple in town but they’re so far from each other that shopping around would take you a whole day! Do your research and know who you want to dive with before you go.

The reef diving around Cancun is great for all certification levels including beginners and there are some interesting sites to explore. If you love wreck diving as much as me, there are some great wrecks in the area such as the C58 Minesweeper, Ultrafreeze Wreck  and the C-55 Gun Ship. If you love the reef then check out Chitales Reef for diverse marine life, Aristos reef for a fabulous, colourful reef, Punta Negra for all sorts of wonderful coral and fish and Media Luna for arches, channels and swim throughs. All dive sites area accessed by boat.

There is a lot of sea life here. Special things you might see are turtles, nurse sharks, schools of fish, snappers, groupers, lobsters, an octopus and even dolphins sometimes if you’re very lucky.

In my opinion, the reefs around the area are similar to most reefs around the world in the types of sea life and corals you can see. If you don’t have much time I would focus on the amazing Cenotes, as there are so many different ones to explore. They will be the highlight of your diving experience and you’ll never dive anywhere like it on the planet. If you do have time then explore as much as you can!

(By Kelly Luckman)

Giant Moray Eel

Travel to Cancun

Chichen ItzaCancun is the international hub of Mexico and you will probably land here when you arrive. It is separated into two sections: the main town and the 22km strip. The strip is full of huge hotels on the beach, dive centres, theme parks and some cool bars and restaurants but if you ask me it’s very Americanised (and expensive), which is ok if you’re after a week or two of all inclusive pampering, but not if you actually want a taste of real Mexico.

There are some gorgeous beaches, easily accessible by the local buses that run regularly. If you choose a beach in the first few km’s there are huge high rise buildings so you’ll have to keep moving to stay in the sun.

The town has a huge market that’s worth a look. It’s called Market 28 (mercado veintiocho in Spanish). Market 23 is another place for shopping. If you want to do any tours of the area then around here is the cheapest place to book it and they’ll pick you up from your hotel. I recommend the one day tour to the world famous Chichen Itza and the Cenote ‘Piste’. You’ll pay about $45 for the tour and that includes lunch as well.

I found a square in the centre called ‘Parque de Las Palapas’ where you can get all sorts of local foods and enjoy some entertainment on the weekends. Day or night this square is busy and the food is really cheap. Try some Chilli Rellenos (not as spicy as it sounds), which is chillies stuffed with cheese and covered in egg. Hmm delicious!

I enjoyed Cancun and the food; it’s worth staying here for a couple of days.

(By Kelly Luckman)

  • Sea Turtle

    Sea Turtle
  • Scubacaribe Cancun

    Scubacaribe Cancun
  • Giant Moray Eel

    Giant Moray Eel
  • 25373

  • 25352

  • Stone fish, Grampin

    Stone fish, Grampin
  • Chichen Itza

    Chichen Itza
  • Ruin and Cenote

    Ruin and Cenote
  • VW

  • Turtle

  • Tunnel in Grampin

    Tunnel in Grampin
  • scorpion fish

    scorpion fish
  • fish

  • Beautiful Reef near Cancun

    Beautiful Reef near Cancun
  • MUSA

  • Chichen