Playa del Carmen diving

2 Morning dives at Playa

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"Playa" as it's commonly refered by locals and certainly your best choice to start.


Drift diving is very common, making it easily to float effortlessly during your dives on the reefs, reef walls and even a wreck! There is a wide variety of fish and coral such as turtles, rays, moray eels barracudas and lots of caribbean fish.


On the first dive is possible to do a 25m/85ft down. For this dive we ask you that you have dived in the last 6 months and that you are used to deep dives. The second dive is shalower and no more than 15m/50ft down.


*For private groups, please contact me, so I can provide an exclusive offer for you.

Dive In!

2 Afternoon dives at Playa

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Would you like to take very nice and easy during your first dives? During the afternoon dives the maximum depth we reach is 12m/40ft down.


As you learn during you Open Water certification most of the aquatic life is below the 12m/40ft so expect to see a lot of colorful fish. Drift diving is very common, making it easily to float effortlessly during your dives on the reef.


*For private groups, please contact me, so I can provide an exclusive offer for you.

Take it easy.

What's included?

  • Professional and multilingual PADI Instructor
  • Small group: 4 certified divers maximum (bigger groups on request)
  • Water and fruit of the season
  • Tanks and weights

What to bring?

  • Swimmsuit
  • Towel
  • Extra money for food or souvenirs

Excluded

  • Equiment rental
  • Gratuities (optional)

Important

  • For every service a deposit (50USD) needs to be made to guarantee spaces and availability
  • Deposits are non-refundable if cancellations are made within the last 48 hours prior to the service or in case of NO-SHOW
  • The spots where we dive are natural areas and we want to keep them as beautiful as they are now so please don't bring whatever sunscreen  because it may be harmful for our ocean, make sure it is a biodegradable one or even better use a rashguard
  • Need a ride? Let me know!