SCUBA DIVING                               


The Riviera Maya offers some of the best scuba diving in Mexico. It is home to the Mesoamerican barrier Reef, the largest in the Northern Hemisphere and the second biggest barrier reef in the world after the Great Barrier Reef of Australia. If you have already experience as a diver, you can also explore cave and cavern diving in the underground rivers. Cancun, Playa Del Carmen and the Riviera Maya has a wide variety of scuba diving, to suit all tastes.

Ocean Diving includes: reef, wall, deep, drift dives, and shipwrecks. Seasonally, Aqua Safari Mexico also offers Bull Shark diving (December to February).

OCEAN DIVE (5 hours)



On your visit to the Riviera Maya, you can choose to dive in a wide variety of locations, including, Playa del Carmen, Isla Mujeres, Puerto Morelos or Cozumel.

Cozumel Island is the most famous place for diving and snorkeling in the ocean. Is well known for the incredible coral reef walls and the amazing visibility, as Jacques Cousteau showed us in his famous documentaries. It is considered one of the ten top places for diving and snorkel in the world.

We offer scuba lessons for beginners to enter the fascinating underwater world and have the experience of your life!!  

After our dive we take a road trip to visit the island and stop in the most popular beaches to eat seafood or vegetarian food. Cozumel Island is well known to have the best sunsets in the Mexican Caribbean.


2 Tank diving Cozumel 100 USD

Ferry not included.

Snorkel or DSD (scuba Lesson) + road trip to the Island

Private 660 USD for 2-4 people

Extra person 90 USD

Only DSD. (Scuba lesson) $ 90 USD p/p






Puerto Morelos hosts one of the most preserved shipwreck, “Juan Escutia C-56” which is 150 ft. long. In 1996 was sunk to make an artificial reef and has become a great attraction for many divers.

Depth 80 ft.  30 to 35 minutes. 2 tank with transportation.


Transportation, certified guide, 2 tanks dive

$ 120 USD






Pregnant bull shark females have been frequently observed for the past 30 years in the coast around Playa del Carmen in the months of cold water, between December and February. Found as shallow as 25 meters approx., these animals come to give birth here, so that you can spot large females congregating close to the shore. In those months adventurous divers from all over the planet come to get a great dose of adrenaline making this activity an unforgettable experience.

Please be aware that to do this activity, Open Water certification is required.

Includes: 1 tank diving equipment, water.

It doesn’t include transportation to Playa del Carmen.

Shark Feeding    $125 USD

No feeding           $100 USD




The Riviera Maya is also home to the famous cenotes, natural sinkholes where underground river systems flow underneath, with some of the best crystal clear water. They are unique in this part of the world, and offer you cavern and cave diving. Dos Ojos is one of the most famous cenotes for cavern and cave diving, part of the longest underground river system, with thousands of huge stalactites and stalagmites. The Riviera Maya offers more than 20 different cenotes for cavern diving.

2 tank dive

Deep cenote, 90ft. (Advanced certification required).

Shallow 45 ft.

Prices depends on the cenote (distance and entrance fee)

Includes: Transportation, guide, gear, entrance fee, 2 tanks, soft drinks and snacks.

130 USD p/p  Only Certified divers

Discover Scuba Diving (first time diving)     1 tank     130 USD


Tour includes:

Bilingual guide

Transportation with A/C

Snacks and fruit


Cenote entrance fee





Extra money

Flip Flops

Hat and Sunglasses