Diving Cozumel from Tulum

Dive in Cozumel, departing from Tulum
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Diving along the unique walls of this island provide one of the most special reef scuba diving experiences in the world. Cozumel has crystal clear waters and one of the most important Mexican marine national parks due to its incredible diversity and unique species.

There are many great diving sites to visit on the island. The tour departs from Tulum at 8 AM and brings you back for dinner at around 5 PM. This trip includes two dives, one at 30 meters and another at 12 meters.

Tour Reviews from Tripadvisor

  • Excellent Scuba Experience

    Kari UK

    We took the open water PADI course while visiting the Tulum area. Noe was excellent. We had a family of 4 taking the class for the first time. My kids were 12 and 16 and Noe was so patient with them. We will definitely book a tour with them when we return!

  • A W E S O M E, Mercedes was an AMAZING tour guide!

    Raul D Texas, USA

    From when we arrived at their location and she extended her arm to say HELLO, Mercedes, our guide was AMAZING. She was very knowledgeable and super NICE person overall. The tour was unparalleled to anything I have ever experienced. Highly recommended.

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