Cozumel Reefs

The best dives in the Caribbean.  Join us!

$160.00 $149.00

Duration: 5-7 Hours

Experience Level: Open Water with 10+ Dives

Dive Type: Ocean/Current

What's included? The trip includes 2 tanks, weights, transportation to Cozumel from our dive shop in Playa del Carmen, snacks, water, park entrance/boat fees, and a great instructor.

Cozumel reef diving is some of the best in the world.  Located just 45 minutes by boat from Playa del Carmen (plus 45 car ride if coming from Tulum), Cozumel is known for its world class diving. The walls that surround the entire island here drop to an incredible depth of 3000 ft/900m and are covered in marine life. The Marine Park and dives sites like Palancar Reef, Santa Rosa, and the C-53 Wreck are all spectacular.  Since the topography is so deep, it is common to find large pelagic animals swimming near the reefs. There are also thousands of smaller creatures hiding within the shelter of the coral. If you pay close attention, you may find nudibranchs, eels, batfish, and other strange but beautiful looking critters. All of the dives on Cozumel are drift dives because the current here can have variations from mild to strong depending on season, weather and the dive site by itself. Because of this we highly suggest ask about conditions and sites available to give you the most suitable dive for your personal level and experience. You can always ask for our Drift and deep diving adventure dive and specially this is a great place to complete your Advanced Open Water Diver Course.

We have 2 options for diving on Cozumel.  The first is to take the direct dive boat that leaves from our beach in Playa del Carmen at 8:30 am and goes straight to the dive site in Cozumel.  For the second option, one of our dive instructors will meet you at 9:30 am and escort you onto the Playa del Carmen/Cozumel ferry.   Once on Cozumel, you will all board the dive boat which is near the ferry terminal.  The direct boat will reduce your total trip time by about an hour, but dive boats in Mexico are small, and it can be a bumpy ride if it is windy.  If you are prone to sea sickness, we definitely recommend the ferry option.


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