Mexico, Caribbean

Mexico is a wonderful country for diving trips that offers the most under the surface. Perhaps Mexico is one of the best countries in the world for diving and diving trips as there is such a huge breadth and variety for those of you who like to dive. You can go here all year round as there is always good diving regardless of the time of year.

Mexico is a country that offers the most under the surface in both the Caribbean and the Pacific. On the Caribbean side in the east, you who love diving have the opportunity for a real adventure. You then stay in a hotel on the mainland. Then combine incredibly beautiful diving on the reef The Caribbean with exciting and challenging diving in caves, so-called Cenotes. Or choose to snorkel with crocodiles, whale sharks or sailfish. You can also dive with bull sharks, visit Mayan ruins and enjoy beaches. Not to mention the fantastically good Mexican food. There is so much to discover and we will help you put together a trip that combines exactly what you want to experience during your trip to this amazing country!


Liveaboarder on the East Coast

Do you want to go out on one live board should you instead travel to the western side of the country and dive in the eastern Pacific Ocean. Just over 400 kilometers south of Los Cabos are the Revillagigedos islands, where the most famous is Relief. Here you dive surrounded by dancing giant manta rays and playing with dolphins. Be observant because you may have to avoid up to seven different shark species that live here and are frequently seen. If you are lucky, you may experience and be captivated by the migrating humpback whales or even by passing swordfish or shoals of mobulas.

In August and September, the liveaboards go to Guadalupe Island. This island has quickly become the best place in the world to dive with white sharks in specially built cages. Because hookah (hose from the surface) is used instead of diving bottles on these trips, you do not need to be a certified diver to enjoy the rush that occurs when you are face to face with a 5 meter white shark. A real adventure and which can be combined with longer liveaboard trips to San Benito's fantastic kelp forests.

The Sea of ​​Cortez, the California peninsula's own inland sea, is known for whales, sharks and very exciting marine life. Here you can dive from liveaboard as well as from land and stay at the resort. Here, where the desert meets the sea, you have access to fantastic diving. Mexico is truly made for diving and exciting, varied diving trips.

Travel information Mexico

  • Time zone: Zona Sureste (Cancun) -5 GMT
                  Zona Centro -6 GMT
                  Zona Pacifico -7 GMT
  • Currency: Mexican Pesos
  • Language: Spanish
  • Water: Avoid drinking tap water and ice made from tap water. Buy bottled water instead.
  • Visa: Not required for travelers from EU countries.
  • Health: Contact your nearest vaccination clinic for advice. 
  • Pressure chambers: There are pressure chambers in Cancun, Playa del Carmen and Cozumel. Treatment in chambers is an expensive story so make sure you have insurance that covers this. 
  • Country code: +52
  • Electricity: Standard 110V and US electrical outlet
  • Current Water temperature and average sea temperature by month, Cancun