Mexico Tulum: Diving Snorkeling and Fishing

The nicest spots to scuba dive in mexico is Tulum.

If you are going to scuba dive in the Riviera Maya in the beautiful Caribbean reefs you must come diving in Tulum, Riviera Maya, Mexico. The most beautiful diving spot is around here. You will not forget this experience in your lifetime ! When Diving in Tulum, Mexico  you will experience underwater landscapes of beauty; ocean reefs and caverns / cenotes diving, colorfull fish.

Close cities: Cozumel, Playa del Carmen, Cancun, Puerto aventuras, puerto morelos, akumal.

Scuba Diving in the open water of the Caribbean is an experience hard to forget. Some of the dives are drift dive. Others you can see hundreds of turtles or maybe you want to go through some beautiful arches in the bottom of the sea. It is all possible in Tulum and the Riviera Maya.

Diving in Tulum, snorkeling in Tulum and fishing in Tulum have been bringing people to this area for years. The beaches of Tulum are just a few hundred meters from the world’s 2nd largest off shore reef, just behind The Great Barrier Reef in Australia. With countless tropical fish including barracudas, sea turtles and sting rays- exploring the underwater world is top on most people’s.

If you are new to Scuba Diving at Mexi Divers we have great instructors.

We are a scuba dive center located in the beaches of Tulum.

You can also check our website with all the information (avaible in 3 different languages).

Contact Us for more information about our service.

About Mexi Divers Tulum

Mexidivers is a scuba diving and water activities and tours located in Tulum's beach. We are right on the beach road in front of Zamas Hotel. We offer scuba diving PADI certified courses and dive tours into the coral reef and the cenotes. We also offer snorkeling tours into the Cenotes and reef. Other activities can be found in our website in detail, like fishing charts, swimming with the whale shark, punta allen trip and more!
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