Where We Dive

We take guests all up and down the Riviera Mayan coast to dive, we also go inland to dive in cenotes.  Below is a list of locations where we take people diving:

  • Cañonero – Juan Escutia - In 2000 the Mexican Navy sunk 4 gun-boats for the purpose of creating an artifical reef.  Juan Escutia is the most prestigeous of these boats.  Located just 2 miles from Puerto Morelos, this sunken boat is now nearly covered by a wide variety of marine life.  Read more…
  • Cenotes - Rivers in the Yucatan Peninsula are below ground.  Access to these rivers is gained through Cenotes, which are caverns that form with the collapse of limestone bedrock.  The Cenotes of the Riviera Maya provide  a unique fresh-water diving experience.  Read more…
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  • Cozumel - Cozumel is Mexico’s most important diving destination attracting divers from all over the world.  Its reef formations are part of the Great Mayan Reef, the second longest reef in the world.  Read more…
  • Playa del Carmen - Scuba diving off of Playa del Carmen is relaxing, with steady, predictable currents and generally good visibility.  The most popular dive site off Playa del Carmen is famous for common turtle sightings.  Read more…
  • Puerto Morelos - The Puerto Morelos Reef National Park is a federally protected area off shore from the town of Puerto Morelos.  Divers come from around the world to explore this section of the Great Mayan Reef.  Read more…
  • Riviera Maya - The Riviera Maya runs 160 km (about 100 miles) from just south of Cancun to Tulum.  Just offshore is a stretch of the Great Mayan Reef,  which is the second longest barrier reef in the world.  Read more…
  • Tulum Coast - Just offshore from Tulum is a stretch of the Great Mayan Reef, the second longest barrier reef in the world.  Tulum is also close to a large number of cenotes, which offer fresh water diving.  Read more…