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We dove both Santa Rosa Wall and Santa Rosa Shallow. Santa Rosa wall did not have much wildlife on it, we ran into a turtle but that's about it. The drop off that goes into the blue is nice and a bit eerie. Santa Rosa...More
Sometimes you have to be carful of the current. It can push you strongly. It was an amazing dive because you just let it take you with her. It is like viewing a movie under the ocean. The like here is wonderful
Santa Rosa shallows, off the wall, is fantastic for macro. Apparently the guy leaving the terrible review isn't interested in macro. I found a beautiful nudibranch, 2 octopus, flamingo tongue, sea turtles, pike blennies, pipe horse, and more. But if you are not interested in...More
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For this dive you would need to be certified. However, there are programs for non certified divers at many of the dive centers in Cozumel called PADILLA "discover scuba" where you can go on two dives with an instructor... More
For this dive you would need to be certified. However, there are programs for non certified divers at many of the dive centers in Cozumel called PADILLA "discover scuba" where you can go on two dives with an instructor. These dives will be more shallow, simpler dives on San Francisco or chankanaab reefs but are still awesome. Also, you could take you scuba diving certification class while visiting the island of Cozumel at any of the hundreds of dive shops. Now get diving! :)