Sea Dives

Dive on the second biggest barrier reef of the world and discover an abundant, diverse and colorful marine life!

Do you want to learn more about the marine life of the Caribbean? Would you like to be able to differentiate fish or turtle species or having a better understanding of corals,  come and try our biology dives with a passionate marine biologist, an experience you will not regret!

Pre-requisites for all dives :

Fill up the PADI medical questionnaire. This form is to find out if you are able to dive. If you reply yes to any of the items in the questionnaire you must consult a physician prior to participating in scuba diving and provide us with a medical certificate.


Playa del Carmen offers a great diversity of reef dives, it is a good place to discover the Caribbean marine life in a half- day trip!

Nice drift dives on the Southern sites, in the middle of coral reef fish, barracudas, turtles, moray eels, stingrays and even eagle rays in the winter.

In the Northern sites, you will discover beautiful coral reef formations with numerous fish such as the parrot fish, angel fish, grunts and several other ones! In between these two areas, shallow sites perfect for training or review dives! You will dive in the middle of nice soft corals and gorgonians, admire school of grunts and surgeons fish and if you are lucky even cross the path of turtles and stingrays!



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During the winter (November to beginning of March), do an incredible dive with the bull sharks:
stunning and thrilling experience! For more information, check out the Bull sharks dive section.


A MUST for all certified divers!

Cozumel is worldwide known for its spectacular and colourful marine life and coral formations since their discovery in 1961 by the famous Jacques Cousteau, who declared it as ‘one of the best diving in the world’.

The creation of a marine park in 1996 helped preserve Cozumel’s fauna and flora and still offers today breath-taking dives.



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Dive in the beautiful bay of Akumal in the middle of the turtles!

Akumal bay offers a protected environment, ideal for a discover scuba diving, training course, dive review or an easy recreational dive with the turtles.

There are several sites on this reef ranging from 10 to 25 meters and offering a succession of small canyons covered of beautiful gorgonians fans and soft coral which give the impression to be in an underwater garden.

Besides the amazing turtles, you will be able to spot moray eels, lobsters, barracudas and colourful reef fish such as parrot fish, surgeon fish, angel fish,…


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Puerto Morelos offers the opportunity to dive on one of the most beautiful wrecks of the region!

Beside the wreck itself, you will also have the chance to see a great marine life diversity. Corals, gorgonian fans, school of jack fish, groupers, barracudas and numerous eagle rays in the winter.


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Bull Sharks dive

Are you a thrill seeker? Are you an adventure kind of person? Come and dive face to face with the emblematic bull shark! One sure thing? You will not regret it!!

Pregnant female bull sharks (with some juveniles) come here every year from November to March, they are in a resting behaviour and not in a hunting mode which offers the perfect occasion to observe them safely in their natural habitat. A thorough briefing is given, and you will be able to enjoy an incredible lifetime experience that you will never forget!

125USD shark+reef dives

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Do you like wreck diving?

Several boats have been sunk in the area on purpose for divers’ enjoyment!

You can discover Mama Viña in Playa del Carmen, “Juan Escutia”, C-56 in Puerto Morelos and Felipe Xicoténcatl, C-53 in Cozumel, all host great marine life: school of jack fish, groupers and barracudas, big moray eels, lobsters, stingrays, reef fish,….

The Mama Viña and Juan Escutia are reserved to Advanced Open Water divers or equivalent (max depth is 25 meters)