Playa del Carmen Reef
Considered the second largest reef in the world starting here and going down to Belize, Honduras, Nicaragua... Water temperature and visibility make of this area a superior diving destination all year round.
It is quite normal to see here vast coral heads, brilliant sponges, hundreds of tropical fish, rich ecosystems and steep walls that sink into the abyss. Tunnels and caves twist through the reef, providing a rich environment for many species.
Akumal Reef Akumal is home to abundant coral and marine life along with three different major spur and groove formations. The deep reef starts at a depth of approximately 60´/18m and extends out in fingers dropping to between 100-130´/30-40m of beautiful canyons.
MUSA Museum, Cancun
The Cancun Underwater Museum is the world most famous underwater sculpture museum located between Isla Mujeres and Punta Nizuc. This eco- project began in 2009 by the English sculptor Jason de Caires Taylor which now holds more than 500 life-sized statues. All of the sculptures are fixed to the seabed and made from specialized materials used to promote coral life where algae may form on top of the underwater statues and tiny polyps may begin to grow.
The "cenotes" of the Riviera Maya will offer you one of the most spectacular and unforgettable experiences you will ever have while diving. Cenotes are freshwater pools in the jungle with access to the vast underground cave systems, with visibility well in excess of 45 meters / 150 feet, stalactites and stalagmites of every shape and size. No extra training needed apart from an open water certification.
Shark Diving in Playa del Carmen
A really different experience… not to be missed! For certified divers who want to experience the most thrilling dive in the world. In November the bull sharks visit our area to spend the winter here and they stay until March when they migrate north.
C-56 Juan Escutia Wreck, Puerto Morelos
This wreck is a 150´/ 45m long war ship purchased from the US NAVY after the Second World War along with 5 others sister ships. It was sunken in front of Puerto Morelos in 1996 as part of an artificial reef program. This shipwreck is fully covered in coral and has a great amount of marine life all over it. You will see beautiful amazing eagle rays that usually are hanging around in the current amongst other species like barracudas, big snappers and others that have made this wreck their home.
Swim with Whale Sharks, Cancun
Come explore the incredible world of the whale shark. Swimming alongside this gentle giant of the sea in Mexico is an experience to remember and share again and again and again. The whale shark is completely harmless to humans, it is actually a very docile and curious creature. In summertime hundreds of whale sharks swim to the waters surrounding Isla Mujeres, Isla Contoy and Isla Holbox to feed on plankton. From the end of May till mid September you will have the remarkable opportunity to swim and snorkel with these amazing animals. Our boats are leaving daily from Cancun to get to the whale sharks area. We offer as well the experience to snorkel in the turquoise water reefs close to Isla Contoy.
Our Instructors and Dive Masters with years of experience, are able to lead you through this beautiful reef of the Caribbean and in the amazing caverns or caves of the area. We like to say that we focus on safety and making your time fun and enjoyable. Private guided tours and groups are also available.
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What up: +529848762139
Avenida CTM between Avenida 25 y 20, Playa del Carmen, Qroo, Mexico
(open on appointment)
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