Cozumel Dive Adventure 2021

Cozumel Dive Adventure 2021

Deep Sea Scuba Dive Cozumel is a very special trip for us! Like all of our trips this is a Diver/Snorkeler/non-diver trip. All are welcome no matter what your pleasure. Aside from diving, there are snorkel adventures, Resort offered activities, walk in to town and explore and last but not least a hike trip to Tulum to explore the Mayan ruins like Chichén Itzá. We will enjoy uncrowded, Caribbean dive sites, resort amenities and amazing adventures.

Advanced Open Water and/or Specialty Certifications are recommended but not required. *let us know if you are interested or need these courses prior to the trip.

Other courses to consider:
Fish ID Clinic

THE SUNNY ISLAND OF COZUMEL IS HOME TO LUSH WALLS, PROTECTED REEFS AND SOME OF THE SPEEDIEST DRIFTS IN THE WORLD, PERFECT FOR EVERY LEVEL OF DIVER.

THE CAVERNS OF PUNTA SUR REEF

This dive site is home to a deep wall dotted with caverns and fissures. Tec divers can enter one and follow it 90 ft. (27m) where a cave complex awaits.

CENOTE DIVING IN YUCATAN

Hundreds of crystal clear cenotes (caves) can be found throughout Mexico. Cenote Dos Ojos near Tulum is the most famous and is easily accessible to most divers.

DIVING IN COZUMEL FACTS

Six miles off the coast of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula lies Cozumel, the “Island of the Swallows.” Barely 30 by 10 miles, this diminutive island has become a popular scuba diving and snorkeling destination. Cozumel has all the ingredients for a great dive (and even non-dive) getaway – friendly locals, good food, lively nightspots, towering coral formations, warm water, great underwater visibility and white sandy beaches. Cozumel is famous among the diving community for its lush walls and high-voltage drifts. The reef system around the island is a part of the Mesoamerican reef system and is protected by the Cozumel Reefs National Marine Park. As such, it is extremely healthy for a Caribbean reef and is home to 26 coral species and more than 500 species of fish. Cozumel is suitable for all levels of diver from beginners to tec divers. In particular, Cozumel is currently ranked as one of the top ten places for advanced diving. This is due to the deep walls and too-clear visibility that require extra vigilance. Diving in Cozumel can be completed by speedboat or from shore, depending on your preference.

May to September brings warm waters, uncrowded dive sites and generally calm conditions. This is the best time to dive Cozumel if you prefer warmer conditions.

Also note that diving in the Caribbean is possible year-round. Simply keep an eye on the forecast during the summer and early fall. These seasons do see the occasional hurricane. When there isn’t a hurricane, the weather during the summer is hot and humid with the occasional rain shower.

As an added bonus, the summer months are low season throughout Mexico. At this time, you’ll enjoy uncrowded, Caribbean dive sites, resorts and adventures.