Palancar Reef: Palancar Reef is a large coral reef located on the southwest side of Cozumel island off the Yucatan peninsula. The site is very popular with scuba divers and is divided into several sections based on depth & coral formations. Dive depths range from 50 to 110 feet, with coral swim-throughs located in many places.
Wreck Diving: Mama Vina, an old shrimp boat, was sunk intentionally in 1996 to create an artificial reef and a focus for scuba diving. Now it is covered by coral growth which creates a fascinating reef. There is abundant marine life including Barracudas, Stingrays, Green Moray Eels plus schools of tropical fish.
Reef Diving: Playa Del Carmen drift diving.
Dive sites: Turtugas, Barracuda and Jardines
Cave diving: Cenotes are freshwater pools in the jungle with access to the vast underground cave systems. Freshwater, with visibility well in excess of 150 feet, stalactites and stalagmites of every shape and size, and light zones that will dazzle your eyes are just some of the reasons to dive here.