Situated in front of Playa del Carmen, Cozumel is a teardrop shaped island boasting beautiful dives on drop-offs and shallow colorful reefs along the 2nd largest barrier reef in the world. Called Ah-Cuzamil Peten (land of the swallows) by its earliest inhabitants, Cozumel has been a favorite destination for divers since 1961, when Jacques Yves Cousteau’s documentary broadcast Cozumel’s amazing sea life to the world.
A National Park characterized by a vertical drop off that that boasts large sponges and many different types of coral and crystal clear waters. Keep a keen eye out into the deep blue, to spot large pelagic fish and sometimes sharks patrolling the area. Along the wall, apart from the amazing corals, you will see lobsters, large crabs, groupers, giant moray eels, turtles and much more.
Scuba Libre is one of few companies in Playa that arrange this express service. This is the exclusive option to visit the beautiful reefs of Cozumel crossing from Playa del Carmen straight to the dive sites. The boat ride among the bluest waters takes about 45 minutes (depending on weather conditions) to gets you right on the first dive with your dive gear already set up … ready to DIVE!!! After the first dive on the beautiful wall of Santa Rosa, Palancar or Colombian Reef, a snack and short navigation will bring us on the second dive site in which will drift along the shallow coral reef.
Due to Cozumel’s currents and depth it is recommended for experienced divers.
Boat ride direct from Playa del Carmen to Cozumel, 2 tanks, weights, entrance fee to the national park, drinks, fruits and snacks.
Dive equipment, transfer from/to the hotel
Programas de curso
PADI Junior Open water Diver or qualifying certification from another training organization
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If you’re staying at Sandos Caracol or Playacar, you must pay a fee of 12 usd per exit concept of direct transportation from the hotel. This fee will be paid in cash directly before boarding the boat.