The boisterous family atmosphere is what allows this center to stand out among the other dive operation in town. The staff is very close knit, which allows them to play off eachother, working together to offer their greatest strengths to create a safe and still fun place to learn about diving and even try it out.
Depending on whether or not you bring your own equipment, you'll pay between $50 and $60 for a one tank open water dive, between $65 and $75 for a two tan open water dive, $50 to $60 for a night dive, and $120 to $130 for a two tank cenote dive. Several packages exist, sch as the $150 to $160 Tajmahal and Tank Gran Cenote dives.
PADI certification courses here begin at $85 for Discover Scuba, and progress through Open Water for $345(USD), all the way up through Master Diver (call for pricing). They also offer technical diving courses.
For more information concerning diving in the Caribbean, including useful suggestions and tips for both beginners and "pros" check out this exhaustive guide to diving in the Caribbean.
Sealife Divers is found near the middle of Playa del Carmen.
Location: Playa del Carmen, Mexico
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