There are a lot of scuba diving operations in the Mexican Caribbean, but not very many of them have been recognized by not one, but numerous dive magazines and organizations. Scuba Mex has. It is also the oldest dive center south of Cancun and has the distinction of not once having an accident with customers.
With this organization, you can choose among over 30 dive sites to visit on a daily basis depending on your skill level and schedule. They even host cenote cave dives. For those in need of some training, you can participate in the Discover Scuba Diving course with Scuba Mex, or advance your learning with a number of courses in PADI, SSI, and all recognized certification agencies.
Dive prices will fluctuate due to a numer of factors, like how many tanks you request, and the amount of equipment you own as well as the time of day your dive takes place and where you visit. Overall, you can expect to spend between $35 and $140(USD).
Instructional rates are as follows:
Scuba Experience: $75(USD).
Resort Course: $75(USD).
PADI or SSI Open Water Certification: $350(USD).
PADI or SSI Advanced Open Water: $200(USD).
Open Water Referral: $250(USD).
Scuba Mex accepts the following credit cards: Master Card and Visa.
To learn more about diving in the Caribbean, including tips and suggestions for both "old pros" and beginners, check out this extensive discussion of diving in the Caribbean.
Located in the Riviera Maya, 2.6 miles east of La Gloria, Scuba Mex serves residents and visitors who would enjoy diving during their vacation in this section of Quintana Roo. Playa del Carmen is 11 and a half miles (18 and a half kilometers) to the northeast.
Location: the Riviera Maya, Mexico
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