MexiDivers

MexiDivers has affiliations with PADI, SDI, and TDI, offering a wide range of diving possibilities. Staffed with guides who are extremely passionate about diving, guests can expect to have a fun and informed experience.

Cost and Offerings

Tanks can be rental on site, as well as tank fills. If you'd prefer to go on an adventure with their fun guides, they have many site options. The Sak Actun is a cave system within the cenote of the Mayan Riviera. Once inside, you will find Stalactites, Stalagmites, Speleothems, and even more formations to marvel at. There are about to cenotes to choose from. The Mesoamerican Reef is waiting for divers eager to explore. Warm waters make this a fun dive to do at night.

Dive courses are offered at several levels such as Discovery Scuba, Open Water, and Refresher courses. Each course begins at 9 a.m. If you'd prefer to snorkel, you can explore the reef and it's famous Tulum Ruins where over 500 species of marine life dwell. The cenote are also available for exploring the underground river system.

One tank cavern dives cost $100. One tank ocean dives cost $90. A night dive costs about $120 per person. PADI courses range between $110 and $450.

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Location and Contact Information

Positioned in the Riviera Maya, MexiDivers welcomes local residents and tourists who want to dive during their vacation in this section of Quintana Roo. If you're curious, Tulum is two and a half miles (four and a half kilometers) to the north-northwest.

Location: the Riviera Maya, Mexico

Phone: (984) 807-8805

Website: http://www.mexidivers.com/

Email: mexidiverstulum@hotmail.com

 

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