Our small but highly functional and friendly facility is based in the heart of Playa del Carmen, just a three minute stroll from the main street, numerous accommodation options, and a vast array of restaurants and bars. We have plenty of crates for your personal dive gear and space to hang drysuits and wetsuits. Our spacious air conditioned classroom is perfect for formal presentations, and end of day video debriefs.
This region is home of the most easily accessible, extensive and prolifically decorated water-filled caves found anywhere in the world. Nowhere else can you log two cave dives a day within a twenty mile radius for more than a week without visiting the same cenote twice! Due to the low elevation and climate of the Yucatan Peninsula, water flow in the caves is low. Consequently, divers can commonly swim distances exceeding 3,000 feet. Unaffected by flooding or seasonal variation, all sites are continuously accessible. Visibility is virtually unlimited throughout the year.
Those who have been here and dived the caves need no introduction. Those who haven’t should not miss the experience.
The perfect option for those with little time or who want to try cavern diving before committing to a course, a professional cavern guide will lead you through the stunning passages of the Yucatan’s cenotes. You will follow the reaches of sunlight and experience for yourself why Mexico draws divers from all over the world just to see these stunning natural wonders. The awe-inspiring formations and decorations are not exclusively for trained cave divers, much of the splendor of the cenotes can be found within reach of the cavern zone that your guide will show you.
The Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System is over 1000km long and second only to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef in size. On the eastern edge of the Yucatán Peninsula, divers can find pelagic encounters and beautiful reefs at Playa del Carmen in the Caribbean Sea. Dive sites here healthy reef systems off sandy shores. You’ll also have access to Cancún’s dive sites including MUSA, an underwater museum and the world-famous Isla Mujeres. Otherwise, do not miss the opportunity to dive in the perhaps head out to Cozumel or Banco Chinchorro. Diving in Playa del Carmen can be completed by boat or from shore, depending on your preference.