Come dive with the most personalized operation in the Riviera Maya!
Sidemount diving is a way to assemble scuba equipment so that the cylinders are worn on the diver’s sides rather than their back. It typically involves two cylinders, although sidemounting a single cylinder or rebreather is also possible and becoming popular.
Looking to expand your diving horizons? The Cave Diver course is one of the most challenging courses in diving. During the training you will learn about buoyancy control, trim, problem management, zero visibility, complex navigation, and many other topics.
The entire Riviera Maya looks like Swiss cheese when seen from above. Thousands of water filled holes, called “cenotes”, provide access to the underground rivers. Giving us, scuba divers, a very unique opportunity to explore a new and beautiful environment.