You will love the Caribbean Sea and its stunning underwater world! The coral diversity, incredible amounts of sponges combined with a fascinating richness of species and its crystal clear warm water make the Caribbean Sea unique. Some interesting wrecks are also waiting nearby to be discovered.
Large animals such as turtles, sharks, rays and barracudas are found regularly, but also macro enthusiasts will find many unexpected beautiful objects.
The Riviera Maya's Highlight:
During the winter months December until February you will encounter bull sharks.
We offer all PADI courses, for beginners and already experienced divers. Each course is individual which guarantees fun and a steep learning curve!
PADI Discover Scuba Diving
PADI Open Water
PADI Advanced Open Water
PADI EFR (Emergency First Respond)
different PADI Specialties such as Nitrox, Deep, Drift etc..
Playa del Carmen: On the long, long sandy beach
Right in front of Playa del Carmen about 15 beautiful dive sites are waiting for your visit, all of which can be reached within a 15 minute boat ride. Between the dives you will enjoy a relaxing surface interval on one of the endless and amazing white sandy beaches of the region.
Cozumel: The island
The beautiful colored coral reefs of the Marine National Park off the island of Cozumel are only 1 hour ferry ride away from Playa del Carmen. Jacques Cousteau himself was fascinated by these reefs! The numerous dive sites are easily accessible on a day trip from Playa del Carmen.
All dives are no-decompression and drift dives; the maximum depth of a dive depends on your certification level.
The Cenotes are a global uniqueness of the Yucatán Peninsula. The crystal clear fresh water with incredible visibility up to 50m, its breathtaking cave formations filled with stalagmites and stalactites and water temperature around 25° C make divers hearts leap for joy! A paradise for underwater photographers!
As a PADI Open Water diver the world of Cenote diving is already open to you! Enjoy a dive in one of the many caverns where the reassuring daylight will guide your way. You can use the usual recreational diving equipment.