Diving in Cancun

Private dive instructor

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24 h

Prices and program



2 dives 150 USD


in cenotes

2 dives 220 USD



Open Water 400 USD


in Cancun

2 dives 120 USD


in Cozumel

2 dives 250 USD

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For even just one person

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Your dive instructor

Hey, I’m Alex, and I’m all about diving adventures in Mexico! Whether you’re itching to explore the colorful reefs of the Caribbean or brave the mystical allure of cenotes, I’ve got just the dive for you. With personalized service and a focus on safety, I’ll guide you through every step of the underwater journey.

As a certified PADI instructor, I offer training programs catering to all levels, from absolute beginners to seasoned divers looking to advance their skills. Plus, I’m passionate about marine conservation, so you’ll not only have an amazing time but also learn how to protect our oceans for future generations.

So, if you’re ready to dive into Mexico’s aquatic wonders, let’s make some waves together!🐟🌊


Udi Akkas

It was an amazing experience diving with Alex. He was really helpful, careful, caring about safety and he knew what he was doing. He showed me everything that I needed to know during the training so all went smooth while diving. Worth diving with him. Highly recommended



It was excellent diving with Alex! We got a great pleasure and didn’t nervous, despite it was our first diving. Alex was very considerate, he explained us a lot of rules and conditions and was very easily defined. Alex refer to his work with great seriousness and responsibility, he is really the professional!



it was a great diving! I did it a second time and was still very nervous, but Alex was always there to show how to fix the problems. There were stunning views, a pity that time flew by so quickly. I am recommend diving with Alex!!!


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Welcome to my site! If you’re a diver looking for a great place to dive, you’re in the right place. Divers from all around the world agree that the best scuba diving experiences can be found in the Caribbean, especially on the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico.


Diving in Cancun

Diving in Cancun and exploring the cenotes of the Yucatan Peninsula are both incredible experiences, offering unique underwater landscapes and opportunities to discover fascinating marine life and geological formations.

In Cancun, you’ll find a variety of dive sites suitable for divers of all levels, from beginners to advanced. The Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, the second-largest coral reef system in the world, offers vibrant coral gardens teeming with colorful fish, rays, and other marine creatures. You can also explore underwater sculptures at the Cancun Underwater Museum.

Venturing into the cenotes of the Yucatan Peninsula is like entering a mystical underworld. Diving in cenotes provides a surreal experience as you navigate through submerged tunnels adorned with stalactites and stalagmites, often accompanied by shafts of sunlight filtering through the water from above. It’s an otherworldly adventure that attracts divers from around the globe.

Whether you’re exploring the bustling reefs of Cancun or delving into the serene cenotes of the Yucatan, each dive offers a unique and unforgettable underwater experience in Mexico’s Riviera Maya.

Cenote Diving in the Yucatan Peninsula

  • Unique Geological Formations: Cenotes are natural sinkholes formed by the collapse of limestone bedrock, revealing intricate cave systems filled with crystal-clear freshwater. The Yucatan Peninsula is home to thousands of cenotes, each with its own unique geological features, such as stalactites, stalagmites, and underwater rock formations.
  • Visibility and Water Clarity: The water in cenotes is exceptionally clear, often offering visibility of over 100 feet (30 meters) or more. This clarity, combined with the stunning underwater formations, creates an ethereal and surreal diving experience unlike any other.
  • Cavern Diving vs. Cave Diving: Cenote diving can be divided into two categories: cavern diving and cave diving. Cavern diving takes place within the natural light zone near the entrance of the cenote, allowing divers without a cave certificate to explore the illuminated areas of the cave system while maintaining a direct route to the surface. Cave diving, on the other hand, involves penetrating deeper into the cenote’s cave system, often requiring specialized training and equipment due to the absence of natural light and potential overhead environments.
  • Diverse Marine Life: While cenotes are primarily freshwater environments, they are home to a surprising array of aquatic life, including fish, turtles, and even freshwater crocodiles in some cenotes. Exploring these ecosystems provides insights into the interconnectedness of surface and subterranean water systems in the Yucatan Peninsula.

Both diving in Cancun and exploring the cenotes of the Yucatan Peninsula offer unparalleled opportunities to connect with nature, discover hidden worlds beneath the surface, and create memories that will last a lifetime. Whether you’re a seasoned diver or new to the sport, there’s something magical waiting to be discovered beneath the turquoise waters of Mexico’s Riviera Maya.

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