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Overview of Scuba Diving in Yucatan Peninsula Cancun and Riviera Maya

The northeast coast of the Yucatan Peninsula is known as the Riviera Maya. This coastal zone runs from Cancun in the north down through the resort laden Riviera Maya down to about Tulum. The coastal a...


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Overview of Scuba Diving in Yucatan Peninsula Costa Maya and Banco Chinchorro

The coastal zone along the Caribbean side of the Yucatan peninsula in Mexico is best known for the resort town of Cancun and the popular vacation spots around Playa del Carmen, the island of Cozumel a...


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Overview of Scuba Diving in Baja Peninsula

Jutting out into the remote waters of the Pacific Ocean, at the tip of Mexico's Baja Peninsula is the town of Cabo San Lucas. Marking the furthest extreme south on the peninsula, Cabo is a great place...


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Overview of Scuba Diving in Gulf of Mexico

Veracruz is a large port city on the Gulf of Mexico about 400 kilometers (250 miles) due east of Mexico City. The port of Veracruz itself is polluted and crowded, not suited for scuba diving. However,...


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Overview of Scuba Diving in Pacific Ocean Coast

The extensive Pacific Ocean coast of Mexico, excluding the long Sea of Cortez in the north is well over a thousand miles long. If you include the many bays and coves, the shoreline would be much more ...


Overview of Scuba Diving in Socorro Island

Known as the Galapagos of Mexico, Socorro (or Revillagigedos Archipelago) lies 600km off Mexico’s west coast. Its dive sites may be off the beaten track but they are amongst the best in the world for ...


Posted on: December 23, 2016

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by Brandi Mueller

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Aktun Ha Cenote

It’s not every day that you find yourself underwater with a crocodile. Yes, I was warned there might be a juvenile croc in the cenote, and that he was diver friendly, but nothing quite gets the heart pumping like finding yourself in a cavern with a croc!


Posted on: November 4, 2016

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by Brandi Mueller

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Isla Mujeres Sailfish

Each year, between January and March, sardines congregate off Isla Mujeres, Mexico, attracting the fastest fish ever recorded. Sailfish feed on these bait balls, and divers seek out snorkeling experiences to watch these sleek and elegant fish dart through the water, feasting on sardines.


Posted on: March 13, 2016

by Ricardo

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Bull Sharks in Playa del Carmen


Posted on: December 11, 2015

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by Polly Philipson

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Top 5 Shark Dives In The Caribbean Sea

From unexpected encounters with great hammerheads to peacefully swimming next to the gentle giants that are whale sharks, the Caribbean Sea has many experiences for shark-loving divers.


Posted on: February 18, 2015

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by Mairead Doyle

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Cenote Dos Ojos, Cancun, Mexico

A round-the-world dive pilgrimage to re-visit the place that inspired me to dive many years ago: Dos Ojos, a huge limestone cavern complex near Cancún in Mexico. A long way to travel to discover an underwater Barbie doll.


Posted on: January 19, 2015

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by Timur K

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Diving the Cenote Caverns, Riviera Maya

"Sacred wells" to the Mayans, the Cenote caverns' cool and crystal clear water fills almost 300 miles of interconnected passageways punctuated by surreal shafts of daylight that make for unforgettable cavern diving.


Posted on: May 27, 2014

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by Heather

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Diving in Mexico

In general, they say scuba diving in Mexico is “the best along the Riviera Maya and Costa Maya coastal areas”, where the Yucatan Peninsula meets the quiet, warm waters of the Caribbean Sea.


Posted on: April 17, 2013

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by Heather

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Diving in Belize with Whale Sharks

Whale Sharks are the largest fish in the world. Around the April, May and June full moons are the opportune times to swim with these gentle giants. The whale sharks filter feed and mate around some of the best dive sites off Belize offering an amazing experience.