Scuba Cozumel

This is the type of dive resort which is found mainly by word of mouth, yet the pace is always packed with guests who not only choose to dive with them, but stay on-site and purchase all-inclusive meal packages as well.

The dive center opens daily at 7:00 a.m. and the daily schedule looks something like this:

8:30 a.m.: two tank dive.

3:00 p.m. one tank wreck dive.

One hour before sunset: two tank twilight dive.

After dark: one tank night dive.

Guests enjoy unlimited beach dives throughout the day until the center closes at 6:00 p.m.

Getting There

Located on the outskirts of San Miguel, a few hundred yards south west of downtown, Scuba Cozumel happily welcomes tourists who are exploring and shopping in this town or a nearby area. Whether or not you are staying very close, you should consider dropping by.

What's Nearby

If you can't find the product you are looking for while browsing Scuba Cozumel, you might want to check out some other interesting specialty shops in the vicinity, like AquaWorld, and Cozumel Equalizers. Be sure to check out the table below to get some insight into a broader range of shops that are just a short distance from this one.

Other Shopping Nearby
Name Type Distance Direction
AquaWorld Dive Shop 1.5 mi. South West
Cozumel Equalizers Dive Shop 0.4 mi. Northeast
Blue Angel Dive Shop 0.6 mi. South West
Cha Cha Cha Dive Shop 0.7 mi. Northeast
Studio Blue Cozumel Dive Shop 0.9 mi. Northeast

Aside from shopping, you'll discover a couple of close by activities for you to stop by during your visit to San Miguel. If heading to a excursions and sightseeing service sounds fun, a viable option is Cozumel Taxi Union Tours. If you would instead like to try a travel and tour operators, then think about trying Cozumel Cruise Excursions. When the time comes, you'll also find several dining options within traveling distance.


The scuba classroom hosts the theory portion of each PADI certification course. First time divers will start with Discover Scuba for $75, and the next step is Discover Local Diving, which takes guests on an underwater tour of the local landscape for $60(USD). Those who are not especially new to the sport but are also not very experienced can take the Scuba Review for $80(USD).

Many people stay on-site as they complete their PADI certification courses, including Open Water for $375, Adventure Diver for $220, Advanced Open Water for $300, and Master Diver for $600(USD).

After a certain level of training, specialty dive courses become available. At Scuba Cozumel, you're able to take Wreck Diver for $250, Rescue Diver for $300, U/W Navigator for $150, Search and Recover for $200(USD), Equipment Specialist for $100, Oxygen First Aid for $100, Night Diver for $200, Emergency First Response for $200(USD), Deep Diver for $250, Multilevel Diver for $150, Drift Diver for $150, Boat Diver for $150, Underwater Naturalist for $150, Digital Underwater Photography for or Videography for $200, and Nitrox for $200.

Guests who arrive prepared with their certification can sign up for two tank dives for between $65 and $75, night dives for $45 to $50, and twilight dives for $70(USD). Snorkeling is also available for $25(USD) per person.

Contact Information

Location: Av R. Melgar Prol. S. Km 1.5, San Miguel, Cozumel

Phone: (800) 847-5708




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