Cozumel scuba diving is one of the best experiences in the world, featuring up to 200 feet of visibility, crystal clear blue water, brilliant soft coral reefs, fantastic wall dives, and a huge variety marine life in the confines of the Marine Park "Arrecifes de Cozumel". It's truly a sight not to be missed. An incredible array of marine life can be seen on these dives - stingrays, nurse sharks, manta rays, sea turtles, spotted eagle rays and lobsters.
Whether you’re an experienced scuba diver or newly certified, enjoy some of the best drift diving at “Arrecifes de Cozumel” National Marine Park, known for its spectacular coral formations. Depending on the day’s conditions, your first stop may be the Palancar Gardens, a classic Cozumel reef. Your second dive will be the captain's choice, guaranteed to be teeming with tropical fish, lobsters and moray eels. All of the dive locations are within the "Arrecifes de Cozumel" Marine Park and everything within its boundaries is strictly hands-off. Take only pictures and leave only bubbles. This is limited to certified divers who have been on a dive within the last two years.
Certified divers must present a valid certification "C" card in order to participate. Tank and weights are included for all divers, wetsuit is not included. Guests who have concerns should consult with their personal physician before engaging in any activity that may be strenuous for them.
Please consult our medical waiver for specific questions regarding health restrictions. If a "yes" answer is required for any question you must have a written letter from a medical physician authorizing you to participate in a diving activity. Sand Dollar Sports reserves the right on any final decision regarding your ability to dive. Click here to Download waiver.
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