Diving

Photos service and Special events

Photos service and Special events

If you want an amazing memory of your experience with us, our underwater photographer and videographer Elodie will be more than happy to come dive with you and be your official papparazzi.

Photos and videos of you underwater, of the reef, and of the beautiful life you will discover!

Night dive in Puerto Morelos

Night Dive

Discover the underwaterworld with an other point of view, watch the parrot fish sleeping in his bubble, or the lobsters going out of the reef and for the lucky ones, discover the amazing octopus changing colours.

For certified divers, mostly shore dive from 6 pm to 9 pm.

Discover Scuba Diving

Discover Scuba Diving

  • 2 ocean dives
  • From 8:30 to 12:00 or 13:00 to 16:30
  • Equipment included.
  • Theory and practice in the pool.
  • Each dive 45 min aprox.
  • Maximum depth for both dives is 12 metres/40 feet
  • No diving experience Necessary
Bull shark Playa del Carmen

Bull Shark

Don´t miss out our very special dives with the bull sharks.The season begin in december and end in march. Unique , adventurous , unforgettable…

Cozumel

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Explore the deep blue water of Cozumel’s drop off, feel the drift along the way and swim through coral’s formations. From 8.30 to 4.30, transport to the ferry, entrance to the national park, lunch, drinks, and official guide included.

Puerto Morelos Diving

Puerto Morelos Diving

Puerto Morelos is a typical Mexican fishing village, located between Cancun and Playa del Carmen. It is world famous for its coral which is listed as the second most extensive of the entire planet. In 1998 was declared a Natural Protected Area.

One of the great attractions for divers is the C-56 shipwreck, it served in World War II. In 1966 it was sold to the Mexican Marine, the time pass by and later on 28th Oct 2000 was purposefully sunk, as a new attraction for divers coming to the Riviera Maya.

Cenotes

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Diving in the cenote is indescribable, I normally have words for everything but i don´t for the caverns. As an open water with a good control of buoyancy, you´ll be able to dive into the mayan fresh water undergrounds secrets.

A cenote is a natural pit, or sinkhole, resulting from the collapse of limestone bedrock that exposes groundwater underneath. Our trip leaves from 8 am in the morning and we will come back around 3pm. Your transport, lunch, drinks, your personal full cave guide (only groups of four people per guide) and flash light are included.