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Only the furthest and most difficult reefs on the island have not been destroyed by the thousands of people coming off the cruise ships. Carnival et al... Where just ten years ago there would be two or three (what today would be called small) ships...More
This has typically been one of my least favorite dives in Cozumel. Looks like there are a bunch of newbie reviews here, but I'm here to tell you, it's pretty seriously lame these days. It's never been a great video/photo dive for me...in the morning,...More
Dived with my wife and Blue Angel Resort dive guide, great drift dive. Saw lots of large (and surprisingly calm) angelfish allowing very close encounters as well as splendid toadfish, nurse sharks, hawksbill turtles, hogfish, channel clinging crabs and reef fish.
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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! :)