About Us - Find out what makes DivePoint Mexico, who’s behind the scenes and what drives us!
Safety, flexibility and high standards have proven to be Nr. 1 Priorities, when it comes to choosing your trusted SCUBA diving operation.
Based in Playa del Carmen, Riviera Maya, we operate daily recreational SCUBA Diving trips to Cenotes, the best reefs in Playa del Carmen and Cozumel Island . Alongside prioritizing safety and smooth conduct of all tours and courses, our focus is set to you creating the best memories during your dives and serving all your necessities.
Behind the scenes the DivePoint Mexico team works on planning, timing, logistics, equipment- and car-services and constantly communicates with divers and development-section to keep things running smoothly prior to your arrival and be best prepared to welcome you to your dives.
As divers ourselves we know that communication and good planning is of utmost importance in order to enjoy an exceptional diving vacation.
This is what we’re here for – packed with nearly two decades of diving experience, years of teaching SCUBA, continually developing and increasing our own knowledge and skills, we strive to be your SCUBA Diving Operator of choice and provide you with the best possible service and logistics around the Riviera Maya.
Hello I'm Christine
SCUBA Instructor, Cave-Diver and Founder of DivePoint Mexico.
Born and raised in Germany, Christine has lived in Playa del Carmen since 2019 with her family, dogs, and cat. When she’s not diving, taking pictures (or doing anything related to the underwater world!) you will find her with her dogs, Sam and Lola having a ‚paw‘-some time.
“My lifelong dream was to move somewhere next to the ocean, and do what I love, scuba dive. When I was 10 years old I got to dive for the first time.
I fell in love with the sensation of being below the waves in the underwater world.
As divers we create life-changing anecdotes and memories together, so it truly is my passion to make divers trips with DivePoint Mexico unforgettable.”
Christine is a SDI Scuba Instructor, PADI MSDT, technical cave diver and will be there to answer questions from the very first moment you get in touch with us!
TDI Stage Cave Diver
SDI Open Water Scuba Instructor
SDI Specialty Instructor
Christines teaching specialties:
is a PADI Divemaster and has been diving for 7 years.
“Living in Playa del Carmen allows me to enjoy both incredible ocean and cenote diving. My favorite animals to see on a dive are spotted eagle rays, and my diving dream would be to see orcas or great white sharks!”
She’s also a badass content writer and SEO specialist that keeps our Blog up-to-date with all of the latest diving news and helpful tips.
Looking for a great after-diving activity in Playa del Carmen?
Make sure to visit the weekly Quiz-Nights hosted by Laura every Tuesday and challenge your knowledge against others!
About Us – The Rivera maya
Location and geography
Located at the east-coast of Mexico, the Riviera Maya is an ideal place for anybody looking for the perfect combination of culture and nature.
This part of Mexico is blessed with an expansive stretch of Caribbean coastline– offering stunning white sand beaches all the way down to Belize. Home to amazing unique coral reefs in magically clear and warm water, and beautiful endemic flora and fauna.
The peninsula of the Quintana Roo, home of the Riviera Maya is surrounded by gleaming turquiose ocean and has idyllic islands nearby.
Tourism and Culture
In the modern touristic centres like Cancun, Playa del Carmen or Tulum there are many different options of hotels, airbnbs, and vacation rentals to stay in. Each town is bustling with it’s own array of restaurants, shopping malls, branded shops, beach clubs, fitness and wellness facilities, and unique experiences.
For those who fancy a exploring the cultural history of the Yucatan Peninsula, you can travel through time at the breathtaking archelogoical sites.
Explore the difference between Mayans and Aztecs at the ancient Mayan ruins. See one of the ‚7 Wonders of the World‘, Chichen Itza, and marvel at Kukulkan, the feathered snake god as he decends from the temple. You can also visit the lesser known jungle ruins of Coba, and the stunning ruins at Tulum, which are the only site overlooking the ocean.
Thrill-seekers and nature lovers can enjoy the unique natural theme parks, which are known and recommended by visitors worldwide for their variety of activities, wildlife and magnificent locations.
There truly are so many experiences, for anyone and everyone, to enjoy in the Riviera Maya.
About Us – Cenotes and Caves
Another exciting reason to visit the Riviera Maya is to see one of the more than 6000 Cenotes you can find in the surrounding jungle.
Known for centuries by the indigenous Mayan people as the entrance to Xibalbá, the Mayan underworld, and serving as entrance points to subterranean underwater caves that have existed for far longer than even humans have been on our planet.
There is so many different cenotes, and each and every single one has its very own vibe and ambience. There are no two-of-a-kind.
As refreshing havens of tranquility in the subtropical Mexican climate, cenotes are a must-visit spot of any local or tourist who has the will to connect with the nature and see and experience something completely different.
One of the most unique opportunities within the cenotes is to experience diving in one of the hundreds of kilometers of cave systems and caverns found in the Yucatan peninsula.
Even for non-divers, cenotes are a fun filled place to enjoy. You can delight in jumping into and snorkeling in the crystal-clear water. Some cenotes even have zip-lines for those who want a bigger thrill. Or you may prefer simply relaxing in a hammock in the jungle with a passionfruit infused water as you observe the incredible flora and fauna that surrounds you. These are just some of the possibilities many of the cenotes offer.
The locations of cenotes differ greatly, with some close to the tourist areas, but many that are not easily reachable. It is estimated that the majority of existing cenotes are still to be discovered and are lying untouched, somewhere deep in the Mexican jungle.
Archaeologists, Cave-divers and Explorers are on the search for important historical evidence that could reveal a little more about these magical places and of the ancestors, history, and culture of the indigenous people who have lived in the Yucatan peninsula.
Luckily many cenotes have already been discovered and the infrastructure around them has grown, which made some very unique cenotes accessible to the public to enjoy their natural, relaxing atmosphere.
Cenotes make magnificent spots to snorkel, dive, free dive, swim, relax and explore.
They are ideal for families, couples or even on your own. Bring your swimsuit, towel and relax in the Mayan jungle at one of these sacred and mystical places.