Welcome to our 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. The resort city of Cancun is one of the most popular places and will be sure to leave an unforgettable impression.
Hundreds of divers flock to Cancun every year to see the second largest barrier reef. Cancun and the entire Yucatan is great for exploring all throughout year. Whatever the season, the water temperature never reaches lower than 25-28 degrees Celsius.
Though each diver has his individual approach, your safety is our number one concern. We can provide all the equipment you need to ensure your experience is fun, exciting, and safe.
With over 65 coral species and more than 500 fish species, you’ll be sure to meet barracuda, stingray, and more. Scuba diving in Cancun will be unforgettable!
Cancun Underwater Museum MUSA
With its crystal-clear water, the visibility in the Caribbean reaches up to 50 meters in some places, allowing a good view of marine life, coral reefs, and sculptures in the underwater museum.
All of the 400 sculptures are slowly turning into coral, and you can even pay to add your own statue to the museum. You’ll also have the opportunity to swim with fish, stingrays, and barracudas. You’ll feel as if you’ve been relocated to another dimension as you swim past colored corals.
Many divers take advantage of the unique underwater museum to do some underwater photography.
Cancun is the perfect place to spend a holiday. Whether alone, with a spouse or with friends, you’re sure to have the experience of a lifetime. Be sure to visit the underwater museum at least once as it’s one of the best dive spots in Cancun.
Diving on a Coral Reef in Cancun
National Marine Park of Cancun, characterized by a large number of multi-colored corals and marine life, has more than 30 places for scuba diving where divers visit every year. With such a large selection of diving sites, the reef boasts waterfalls of sand, which slowly flow along the sheer walls. Phenomenon like this are what keep divers returning.
Here you can take beautiful photos of marine life, snap some selfies, and make a video about your vacation. You’ll find yourself wanting to return year after year. The waters of Cancun are enchanting!
Wreck Scuba Diving
Many divers are attracted to Cancun’s crystal-clear waters to swim in shipwrecks. You feel as if you are searching for sunken treasure as you swim over an old ship covered in coral, joined in your search by all sorts of marine life.
Navy Ship Underwater
Many divers come just to see the old US Navy boat. Built during World War II and sold to Mexico in 1962, the ship sank after being flooded and has been a favorite haunt for divers ever since. Since Hurricane Wilma tore it into two parts in 2005, you can now even swim through the ship, free to study the ship inside.
Another exciting undersea treasure is the sunken C55 Minesweeper. Thу shipwrecks are popular with more experience divers as certain experience is necessary to withstand the stronger current and the depth of 24 meters.