Playa del Carmen is located on the Caribbean coast of the Yucatan Peninsula in the middle between Cancun (70km) and Tulum (70km). Diving in Playa del Carmen – DiveMex – Diving with friends is one of the highlights along the coast.
Since 1970, Playa del Carmen has developed from a fishing village (200 inhabitants) to the Mexican city with the greatest population growth (150,000 inhabitants).
Playa continues to grow and so new shopping centers, hotels, restaurants, boutiques and apartment buildings are constantly emerging.
Playa del Carmen is also known for its great nightlife.
And so we come into play as a dive center. It is not only in our interest to entertain guests well, to train them and to show them the beautiful underwater world with many colorful fish, but it is also up to us to put the image of the shark in a better position. Diving with bull sharks is a very good approach to this. We bring divers into the world of sharks in order to educate them honestly and seriously and to give them a little knowledge about the animals by the hand. Our hope, pass it on to friends and family and enlighten the people in your vicinity.
We have divided the reefs into different difficulty levels for you:
very simple: ⭐️, simple: ⭐️⭐️, moderate: ⭐️⭐️⭐️, demanding: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ and very demanding: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
2 dives in the morning or at noon at the local reefs in front of Playa del Carmen.
2 dives at local reefs in front of Cozumel. The ferry is included in the rate.
2 dives at local reefs in front of Cozumel. The dive trip starts in Playa del Carmen with a speed-boat.
2 dives in one cenotes of 1. zone. Those cenotes have usually two different circuits.
2 dives in two different cenotes of the 1. and/or 2. zone.
2 dives in two different cenotes of the 1., 2. and/or 3. zone.
2 dives in two different cenotes of the 1., 2., 3. and/or 4. zone.
1 dive after the sunset in the early evening at a local reef in front of Playa del Carmen.
1 dive at or close by the shark point in front of Playa del Carmen. There is an extra fee of 5 USD for the organisation “Saving our sharks”.