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Diving in Mexico

Diving Mexico

3 December 2014
Discover the best dives and dive shops in Mexico outside the Baja peninsula. (Baja California is in its own section.)

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The Diving

Cenote Dos Ojos
Diving in Dos Ojos Cenotes

Rating: 5 Star Rating: Recommended (2)

"One of the most amazing dives I have ever done was in the Mayan Riviera near Tulum called Dos Ojos. Dos Ojos (two eyes in Spanish) is a cenote or cavern dive that, to me, comes as close to a cave dive as one can get without the training and the redundancy systems required for that type of technical diving. Read more on Dos Ojos..."
Tab Hauser
"Dos Ojos underwater cavern in Playa del Carmen Mexico. They call it The Cenotes. In the last ice age the Yucatan Jungle flooded due to mass rain fall. The sulphuric minerals in the earth together with the rain created underwater caves and caverns that span 200km. You can now explore them with cave guides and an open water certificate. The caves create a wonderful show of natural light beams bouncing off the endless realms of forever. Good Diving "
Jason Rabbow
"Fresh water caves. Clear, clear water. Little life but the light is enough to take your breath away."
Marnee
"Bull sharks about 800metres from the shoreline - but don't tell the tourists - lol"
Nik Wills, 2009
"Amazing fresh water in land cavern / cave in Yucatan Peninsula."
Connie, 2009
"Fresh water cavern dive. Cool crystal clear water. Two dive loops, Barbie line and Bat cave both approximately 45 minutes. Challenging technical dive requiring perfect buoyancy as you ascend and descend through channels and chutes. Great Dive! "
Dave Bakker (Canada), 2013
Jardines, Playa Del Carmen
"Beautiful reef dive with a multitude of fish and eels, drift dive depth around 17 metres"
Sally-Ann Etheridge, 2008
Taj Ma Ha Cenote
"One of the most interesting cenotes with a spectacular dive, Points of light room, a halocline, Bat cave, stalactites etc."
Robert Mostard, 2007
Angelita Cenote, Tulum
"nothing more than go straight down 60m. decending through clear fresh water you will sink right into hydrogen sulfate layer (30m), branches reaching through it, underneath the cloud the salt water begins.
It is like being in a forest at night!
"
Iguana, 2009
Skull Cave, Tulum
"To enter this special cenote dive you need to jump through a hole in the ground, through the surface water which goes 3.5m down , salt water and fresh water make a amazing efect called halocline, the interface between 2 different densities.
There are many fossils, very interesting dive! Unique!.
"
Iguana, 2009
The Pit
"42m cenote dive - not many people dive this one, perhaps 200 a year, your bouyancy and skills have to be very good or the instructor won't let you go. Has everything fresh, brackish and salt water + Mayan remains."
Nik Wills, 2009
Huatulco
"It is quite suprising to see what the lower Mexican Pacific coast has to offer. This remote area of Mexico abounds with quiet and remote private beaches, large marine life, and bigger fishes, easy going people and cheaper rates from Hurricane Divers."
Pierre Gauvin, Canada, 2006
Quentana Roo / Gagantha de diablo
"Deep water entrance at 100+ feet, 100+ visibility descends through darkened cavern to 130+ exit on the Eastern part of the reef. Near Southern point"
Lloyd
Cozumel
Splendid Toadfish

Cozumel is famous for its drift diving. Currents are usually gentle (1-2 knots). Temperatures are high throughout the year, between 25 and 32 oC. Summer water temperatures are around 29 oC and winter water temperatures around 25 oC. Hurricanes may arrive in September and October. From November to February winds lasting 2-3 days may blow in causing large waves on the West of the island.

The National Marine Park Cozumel Reefs was created in July 1996. Divers are asked to pay a voluntary fee per day's diving.

There are two decompression chambers on Cozumel.
Cozumel Hyperbarics Chamber, San Miguel Clinic, Calle 6. Tel: 8723070.
Hyperbaric Medical Center, Calle 5 Sur # 21 entre REM y 5a Ave. Tel: 8722387.

" Cozumel has probably one of most spectacular reef systems I have ever seen. Because of the limestone in the area there are ceonotes (under water caverns) which are unique to any dive experience most people will have. The water is so crystal clear it is almost as though you are not in water. the cave formations are pretty incredible. You don't need cave diving experience or certification (though certification is offered). There is one ceonote on Cozumel and many on the mainland just a ferry ride away."
Bill Mashek
" Ok after 13 years without coming to Cozumel I decided to come back. For those that know me you know I never go back to the same spot with very few exceptions or only if my work takes me there. What did I see? Ok where do I start. 13 years ago diving in Cozumel was an adventure. Few boats, few divers and an amazing underwater environment. Now on June 30 after coming back from my first dive I counted 30+ dive boats at the famous Palancar Reef. With an average of 10 divers per boat ( mine had 20) this is 300 divers diving a reef at the same time. This is what I call unsustainable tourism! What a shame. The boat captain told me that there are 200 dive boats in the water at any given day. The consequence: a reef that is not even closer to what it was and very few fish and life everywhere. If the authorities don't take care there may not be a Cozumel in 13 years for us to dive.?"
Arthur Borges, 7 July 2014
"Definitely worth a trip but second/third to the likes of the Red Sea and Palau in Micronesia. Cozumel offers some good dive sites BUT...sea life is surprisingly lacking! However having done most of my dives in the Red Sea perhaps I'm spoilt. Did have a wonderful dive with some Nurse Sharks "
Brendan Coote, September 2014
" Very good reefs with lots of life. Better be comfortable with drift diving or interested in getting to know more about it. Lots of comfortable places to stay. Easy to get to from North America. Fun relaxed Mexican environment."
Jim Reilly
" I was in Cozumel at the end of May 2006, having been there at the same time last year and on three other occasions, and thought that the diving conditions hadn't changed too much after Wilma. Some of the shallow reefs have had sand blown over them but in the two weeks that I was there the reefs had already improved.
There are one or two areas where debris has been blown into the sea but this is minimal and doesn't affect the diving. Marine life appears totally unaffected.
Down south, Punta Sur and Marcaibo, are totally unaffected and continue to be totally awesome. There were lots of people diving, as per usual, and there weren't any unhappy faces. "

Marineboy
Tormentos Wall, CozumelDepth: 25 m

Rating: 5 stars

The reef is divided into two sections, linked by a sand bar. The North section is the deepest and has the better coral.

"This Wall goes 90 straight down. Most exciting "advanced diving" with no bottom!"
Robert Mostard, 2007
"Just Amazing!"
Erwin, 2008
Mexico > Cozumel
Palancar Bricks

Got its name from the bricks that were dropped here by a capsized barge in the 1950s. Coral pinnacles rising from a slope between a sandy area and a drop-off. Swim-throughs and tunnels. Generally good visibility and gentle currents. One of four Palancar dive sites.

"Drift dive amongst coral banks between 10 and 30 m. Nurse sharks, turtles, eagle rays, stingrays, lobsters and crabs can all be seen."
Andrew Fawbert
" Panlancar bricks is a paradise and a sight seeing dive you can enojoy, a lot of coral formations and see amazing colourful fish."
Miguel Lopez, 2008
" Wall and drift dive, slow to medium current, with nice caves, 100 ft visibility and beautiful reef."
Lorena Gris, 2010
"Ideal first wall dive for beginners. Also excellent for advanced divers with swim-throughs. 2nd dive. Dive starts on a sandy patch inside the drop off at 20ft. Make way through one of the canyons. Get to platform between 50-70ft. Cuts and channels to navigate through. small wonderland. Excellent, photographers paradise, relaxing dive."
Huub Moonen (Netherlands), 2010
"Lots of swim-throughs - not much underwater life."
Jean Conklin (USA), 2010
Mexico > Cozumel
Palancar Reef
Spotted Eel

Rating: 5 Star Rating: Recommended (2)

"Touted as one of the "best dive locations in the world" I can believe it. A National Park, very protected, it is teaming with sea life, with beautiful corals and formations. Many locations for each the beginner and the experienced alike."
" Each site we dove was beautiful and we were dropped right in the right place every time (no finning to the reef). The current makes for a wonderful relaxed drift dive at many sites although som sites have almost no current for those who prefer not to drift."
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Mexico > Cozumel
C-53 Felipe Xicotenantl

The Felipe Xicotenantl was sunk intentionally for divers off the coast of Cozumel in 1999. Sections of her hull have been removed and guidelines show the recommended path through the wreck. She lies at 30 m.

" In my opinion, the Felipe (Mexican Navy Vessel) is hands down better than the Hilma Hooker (Bonaire). It's a full penetration dive that goes down through several levels of this ship. A spooky corridor too if you go it in the dark. Great Dive! "
Jim Olinger, USA, 19 September 2012
Mexico > Cozumel
Columbia Deep

Wall dive. Starts at 18 m on sand. Descend along slope to the edge of the wall. Watch sand descend in rivers into the deep. At 25-30 m go North with the current along wall and swim-throughs. At end of dive look out for Southern Stingrays in the sand.

"80 foot drift dive. Fantastic sealife, turtles and many coral swimthroughs."
Don
" Beautiful deep coral formations, pelagics and eagle rays!!"
Charlie, USA, 2012
Mexico > Cozumel
Maracaibo

The most southernly reef: expect large swells on entry and exit. 30 m free descent to the edge of a wall. Drift along the wall with the current to a coral arch, the base of which is at 36 m. Return to the top of the reef at 25 m then ascend through ridges covered in soft coral.

Mexico > Cozumel
Paso del Cedral

Rating: 4 stars

"Drift dive strong current, but very nice dive, a lot of fish also a nurse shark great!"
Erwin, 2008
Paradise, Cozumel

Rating: 4 stars

"The most popular site shallow area 3 sections a lot of sealife, very nice night dive!"
Erwin, 2008
"A wonderful shallow dive, GREAT for a night dive! Beautiful deep coral formations, pelagics and eagle rays!!"
Charlie, USA, 2012
The French reef, Cozumel

Shallow dive (60 to 70 ft, top of the reef 35 ft) medium to strong current.

" Some days you can do fly diving! sharks, tourttle lobsters walking on the reef green morays, and more to see.
There is a problem with the invasion of lion fish and now all dive masters are helping to take them out of the reef with help of the Marine Park."

Lorena Gris, 2010
Mexico > Cozumel
Akumal
" Akumal had very good diving. Motorcycle reef was at about 50ft and visibility was about 80ft. I saw turtles and a healthy reef. Not as good as Cozumel.
I was surprised because I wasn't expecting much because I hadn't heard much about it. "

Christian, 2010
Mexico > Cozumel
Santa Rosa
" This is a classic Cozumel wall, popular first tank dive. Columns of Coral and vertical drop-off. Drop on sandy plateau at 60ft. smaller corals to your left at edge of wall. Cruising at 80ft you discover the crevices, overhangs and tunnels. This makes the dive spectacular. Going North, coral grows taller, drop offs get steep, like flying over the abyss. Northern part a series of swim through tunnels. "
Huub Moonen (Netherlands), 2010
Mexico > Cozumel
Devil's Throat
"Very deep 40m dive through coral caverns and a winding complex structure of the dive. Breaks through to an amazing wall dive coasting upwards through the amazing clear waters with lots of green turtles"
Cherri Farren, UK
"Impressive deep wall far south in Marine park with exciting tunnels, red sponges and coral, occasional Eagle Ray. Explored in 2 dives it is popular because of the narrow swim-through (the Devil's throat). The dive starts on sandy area 60ft, enter cave that leads to smaller cavern and see the narrow tunnel. Takes you from 80ft, 45degree angle to 130ft. lasts only seconds but is unforgettable. Once outside, another entrance leads to a chamber known as little Cathedral, which is a large cave opening with giant sponges where light passes through. Labyrint of coral leads you up to 30ft (ascent).
Depth/Time: 60 - 130 ft, 20 min, you need to be a very experienced diver. Need excellent buoyancy and air consumption."

Huub Moonen, (Netherlands)
Mexico > Puerto Morelos
C56 Juan Escotia

Rating: 5 Star Rating: Recommended (2)

"Nice wreck, with nice rays. Pretty strong current close to the surface. (Dived with Diverspoint.) "
Johan Kalsweert, Netherlands, 11 December 2012
"Large gun boat wreck, safe, with many escape exits. Resting at 92 ft it has it's own guard Barracuda monitoring the situation. Best to dive earlier in the year when the water is cooler to see spotted eagle rays and other action. Bring a decent flashlight."
Dave Bakker (Canada), 2013
Mexico > Puerto Morelos
Jardines

Rating: 4 Star Rating: Recommended (1)

"Nice corals and fish, but a bit shallow. (Dived with Diverspoint.) "
Johan Kalsweert, Netherlands, 11 December 2012
Mexico > Puerto Morelos
Beach Night Dive

Rating: 5 Star Rating: Recommended (1)

"Shallow, but first time I ever saw so many Octopus. (Dived with Diverspoint.) "
Johan Kalsweert, Netherlands, 11 December 2012

Dive Shops

Recommend a dive shop or list your diving company on this page.

Mexico > Playa Del Carmen
Reef Quest Divers
Reef Quest Divers

Rating: 5 stars

Reef Quest Divers
Playa Del Carmen
Tel: 0052 1 984 117 3597
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.reefquestdiversmexico.com/

"Having been out of the water for 12 months I could not have asked for a better service with Reef Quest the owner/instructor put me at immediate ease calming my nerves and making the whole experience one to remember.
Excellent prices and superb service I would definitely dive with them again. I stayed in the dive house in Playa Del Carmen with stunnning views of the sea, roof terrace with hot tub and bbq area, rooms basic but excellent value.. yes would stay again definitely."

Sally-Ann Etheridge, Spain, 2008
Mexico > Playa Del Carmen
Enjoy Diving Divers
Mexico > Playa Del Carmen
DiveMex

DiveMex
Playa del Carmen
Mexico
E-mail: [email protected]

"DiveMex is located just two blocks from the beautiful Caribbean Sea. We are a small operator specializing in personal service and small groups, always keeping a small ratio of divers to dive masters. We dive where you want to dive, and make our recommendations based on our knowledge of the area, just let us know what you are interested in! Big health reefs? Diving in Playa? Diving the cenotes? We do it all. We speak english, spanish, german, italian and french. Good day and good dives!!"
Santiago, (DiveMex), 2012

Mexico
Scuba Betsy

Rating: 5 stars
E-mail: [email protected]

"Scuba Betsy, an independent dive operator, was recommended to us by a dive shop in the US. Being not very confident divers, (a little worried about the currents) we wanted to find someone that would give us a little more than the "cattle barge" approach of many of the resort dive operators. Stationed in San Migel, Cozumel, she and her very apt crew will pick you up at your resort/motel dock if possible and take you to any of the great dive locations on the island. A two tank boat dive includes water or soft drinks, a deli lunch (don't expect to struggle with your gear, you are basically waited on hand and foot). A very competent and saftey conscientious dive instructor, Betsy helped us greatly on our breathing, enabling us to "stay down" for a full hour +! Betsy has been in Cozumel for over 15 years, not only does she know where to find those hidden creatures underwater, she also can steer you to the best above-water hidden spots. I cannot recommend Betsy enough, from beginners to experienced, she will make your diving experience unforgettable."
Ed and Dana Gilman
Mexico > Huatulco
Hurricane Divers

Playa Santa Cruz
Huatulco
Mexico
Tel: (+52) 958-587-1107
E-mail: [email protected]

"Just want to touch base to report a very pleasant and enjoyable experience with the folks of Hurricane Divers in Huatulco, Mexico. Great service and accommodation from the Hurricane Divers team (in three languages, English, French and Spanish). Ask for Roberto."
Pierre Gauvin, Canada, 2006
Mexico > Cozumel
Dimi

3rd. av. between Rafael E Melgar and 5th. ave.
Cozumel
Mexico
Tel 987-872-22915
Fax 987-872-3656
E-mail: [email protected]

" Dimi is a little operation very friendly and professional who provide a personalized service to all diving needs, expert in private charters they please divers and make your vacations unforgetable.
They have very comfortable dive boats, all equipped for diving with shade area platforms, stairs, radio, medic and first aid materials, bathrooms etc.
They are worth the price as you avoid crowds, have lunch on board, buffet style, and long dives."

Miguel Lopez, 2008

Mexico > Cozumel
Dive Paradise

602 Avenue Rafael Melgar
P.O. Box 222
Cozumel
Q. Roo
Mexico 77600
Tel: 044-987-869-0503 or 872-1007
Fax: 987 872-1061
info:diveparadise.com

"Excellent Dive Centre with 4 locations on the Island (I stayed Barracuda Hotel where they had a shop and boat pick up pier). Arranged all dives last minute and to my requests. Good value for money and they arranged day trips for me to dive the Cenotes and Snorkle with Whale Sharks. "
Brendan Coote, UK, 2014

Mexico > Cozumel
Emerald Dolphin Dive Services
Mexico > Jalisco
Chico's Dive Shop

Puerto Vallarta
Jalisco
Mexico

Mexico > Jalisco
Neptune Dive College

Puerto Vallarta
Jalisco
Mexico

Mexico > Pacific
Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta at Mexican Pacific

" Recommended"
Cesar, 2012

Mexico
Scuba Staff Divers

" Excellent and confident dive operation, safe trip, small groups, fast boats, friendly people, of course I will be back every year.
They have deals with the best hotels in town and offer special packages for divers who want to save money! Excellent, 100% value for money"

Erwin, 2008

Mexico > Cozumel
Living Underwater

Living Underwater
Cozumel
Mexico

" Easily the best operator I have ever used, far better than just about anywhere I have dived. The crew, dive masters and overall service were incredible. 10 out of 10. Living Underwater was simply the best dive operator I have ever used and I will be back as much as my wallet will allow me to go to Cozumel"
Charlie, USA, 2012

Mexico > Cozumel
Scuba Club Cozumel

" Scuba Club Cozumel is a family run hotel and dive operation with incredibly abundant and tasty food and experienced dive operations and staff -- all included in a very affordable package. For North American divers, this is the best value and it's not too far to travel for fabulous diving.
I have been fortunate to dive the world's best locations: Palau, Papua New Guinea and Sulawesi, Indonesia. I have also made two trips to Cozumel, Mexico. I would highly recommend Scuba Club Cozumel."

Susan Swift, 2009

Mexico > Cozumel
Dive with Martin

"We spent two weeks during April/May in Cozumel. I got certified through Dive with Martin. I recommend this dive company to everyone. They are very friendly and knowledgeable. They ask you what reef you'd like to dive or what you'd like to see and they take you to the best locations. They have really good deals and if you have to rent anything through them, their equipment is awesome. The visibility, marine life and reefs were excellent all 11 days we were there.
Overall this dive company was remarkable and you're guaranteed to see a lot of marine life if you stick with the dive masters!!"

Katlyn, 2009

Mexico > Cozumel
Papa Hogs

Papa Hogs
Cozumel
Mexico
[email protected]

" Reasonable prices - home-style service - nice little boats, nice people. Good operators. Honors client requests. Go for it! "
Jean Conklin (USA), 2010

Mexico > Playa Akumal
Jesus Rangel at the Akumal Dive Shop

Akumal Dive Shop
Playa Akumal, Q Roo
Mexico
E-mail: [email protected]

" Some of the best dives in the world, I have dived in Cuba, Maldives, Egypt red sea, Turkey, Mexico and the UK, if it was closer I would go every 6 months to go diving with Jesus.
Hoping to visit next year and take my local PADI club with me - it's that good. Top diving in the world....Jesus would arrange the diving for us and would guess correctly what we wanted just by general chit chat... "

Nik Wills, 2009

Mexico
Pro Dive Mexico

Pro Dive Mexico, S.A. de C.V.
carretera Chetumal-Pto.Juarez
Puerto Aventuras, Playa del Carmen and Cozumel, Q. Roo Solidaridad,
Mexico
CP 77750

"Many operations on the mainland and Cozumel. Package can be used at all 6 centers in Mexico. Cost per tank on Cozumel about 27us$ (for a bigger package) Number1 on tripadvisor. I used them for many years and saw them grow very rapidly due to their outstanding services and professional staff. Great promotions all year long with Stay Dive packages!!September/October dive group specials. Now September 2010 they have an IDC training for below us$800!!!! Would definitely choose them among all others.They are in several resorts. But cheap and comfortable is Allegro Cozumel. The BEST dive resort on the island. Minutes away from the best reefs. For a little extra money you may choose the resort next door Occidental Grand, also operated by Pro Dive Mexico. Email them and get online discount :-) yes, I stay there every moment I can. Perfect big boats with shelter and tanks for camera and gear. Great value for money. Better than Egypte which is TOOOOO Crowdy!! I did 3 years ago go over there after many many years being there and every year there were more and more boats and divers overthere. They also have the "early bird" but also that is over dived Now, as when i get there around 07:00am there were already 15 boats!!!
Yes, Mexico is GREAT!! Truly is because of following. 1) No permits given out for boats on Cozumel, so it stays not crowded! 2) mainland has over 3000 cenotes and 100 cenotes you can dive. Like Dos Ojos! Great and spectacular 3) Playa Maroma North of Playa del Carmen has also many undiscovered reefs!!
So there is so much to see, that I will dive with Pro Dive mexico for some time to come."

Huub Moonen (Netherlands), 2010

Mexico > Costa Maya
Nomad Divers

Nomad Divers
Costa Maya
Mexico
E-mail: [email protected]

"Nomad Divers is the smallest, and definitely the best dive operation in Costa Maya! I've been diving the Costa Maya area for years, and have used different operators, but now that I found them, I will never switch again...for me, diving in Costa Maya is Diving Nomad Divers! Best value, best dives, best everything!"
Shawn Miller, USA, 2010
Mexico > Cancun
Aquaworld

Aquaworld
Km 15.2 Boulevard Kukulcan
Cancun
Mexico
Tel: 0052 998 8488326
Fax: 0052 998 8488310
E-mail: [email protected]

Mexico > Cancun
Squalo Divers

Squalo Divers
P.O. box 1368
77516 Cancun
Q.Roo -Mexico
Tel: from USA 011+ 52-998-252-00-17
E-mail: [email protected]

"Located in the city of Cancun, one of the best diving destinations in the Caribbean, minutes away from the best caverns on earth and the beautiful island Of Cozumel. Cancun currents is great for drift diving, we have about 15 different reefs all them at a depth of about 60ft/18mts and two wrecks resting on the bottom in 80ft/25mts of warm blue water.
We are a SDI/TDI RESORT DIVE CENTER 1001954 We teach a full spectrum of SDI/TDI & PADI from a basic Discovery scuba diving course to a trimix instructor course. Enjoy the turquoise waters of Cancun, if you are learning or want to increase your diving knowledge and skills let us help on your diving career."
Squalo Divers, (2012)
Mexico > Tulum
Dream Diving

Dream Diving
Avenida Tulum entre jupiter sur y orion sur
(in front of ADO bus station)
77780 Tulum
Quintana roo
Mexico
Tel: +5219841659555
E-mail: [email protected]

"We offer daily snorkeling and dive tours to th ocean and the world famous cenotes and also recreational diving courses, from your first underwater breath up to dive master. As for those that would like to try a more advanced style of diving,we have our technical diver training department with all the open water tech courses up to the full cave diving level, and for the technical divers out there we can provide you guiding in the local environment. We also are the only Aqualung - apeks partner / service center with licenced technicians in the Tulum area."
Neils, (Dream Diving), 2012
Mexico > Puerto Morelos
Diverspoint

Diverspoint
Puerto Morelos
Q. Roo
CP 77580
Mexico
Mobile: (00 52 1) 998 189 3628
E-mail: [email protected]

"Diverspoint is a small shop, and the owners came with me on the dives. Prices were good, especially after the prices on Cozumel. If I go back to the area I will go back them again."
Johan Kalsweert (Holland), 11 December 2012
Mexico > Puerto Morelos
Aquanauts Dive Adventures

Aquanauts Dive Adventures
Puerto Morelos
Mexico
E-mail: [email protected]

"William and Crescent run a great little dive shop in Puerto Morelos. They are very professional and tailor the dive to your abilities. I have dived with them on two separate occasions and will use them again when I I'm in the area. Good value for money and the best dive-op so far"
Dave Bakker (Canada), 2013
Mexico > Puerto Morelos
Wet Set Divers

Wet Set Divers
Next to Ojo de Agua hotel in Puerto Morelos
Mexico

"Yes would absolutely dive with them again. Awesome experience. "
Deborah Kim (USA), 2013

See also: Our Baja California section


Accommodation

Mexico > Cozumel
Barracuda Hotel
"Basic hotel that is excellent for a Diver not concerned too much with Hotel additions. Nice swimming pool and bar. Boat pick ups from its own pier. Boats were 2 types - speed boat like a wooden RIB and large boats that were basic with overhead shelter. "
Brendan Coote, September 2014

For hotels see the Agoda site...


Books to Take

Cozumel Dive Guide & Log Book
Detailed guide to 25 dive sites around Cozumel. Each dive is in the same format: a one page description of the dive with photos of the life and coral, a high level map and a guide to the difficulty, current and marine life. There is also a dive profile for planning purposes.
Read our review...
Diving Cozumel
by Steve Rosenberg, Aqua Quest Publications, 2004
10% off at Amazon.co.uk
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Reef Fish Identification: Florida Caribbean Bahamas
by Paul Humann, New World Publications, 2014
The second is a series of three identification guides for the Caribbean.
Coral Reef Fishes, Indo-Pacific and Caribbean
by Ewald Lieske and Robert Myers, Harper Collins, 400 Pages, Paperback

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