Cozumel is located off the east coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. It is the largest island in Mexico with a length of 64 km and a width of 16 km. Cozumel was recognized as a biosphere reserve in 2016. This island is also the sanctuary of the toadfish, which is listed as a vulnerable species by IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature).
The dives are drifting but adapted to all levels. There is no need to resist the current, you can let yourself be carried away while admiring the splendour of the Caribbean’s fauna and flora: lobsters, turtles, starfish, scallops, anemones, rays, seahorses, morays, barracudas, sharks, angelfish and many others.
A minimum level of Open Water Diver certification or equivalent is required. If you do not have this certificate, you can obtain it by following Open Water Diver course.
- 2 dives
- Entrance fees and taxes
- 2 tanks, weights and belt
- Professional multilingual guide
- Bottled water
- Snacks and non-alcoholic beverages
- Transportation to the dive sites
- Hotel pickup and drop-off for hotels in Playa del Carmen
Not included :
- The cost of the ferry