Playa del Carmen Reef Dive: ½ Day - Double Fun - 2 Dives
$89 4 hours
Playa del Carmen Reefs – 2 Dives
Meeting Time: 07:45AM OR 11:45AM
2 Dives – 2 different reefs
There are a great variety of different reefs and SCUBA dive spots around Playa del Carmen to visit.
You can have a closer look on which dive sites Playa del Carmen offers and what to expect from them in our Blog: 10 Amazing Dive Sites in Playa del Carmen
From shallow reefs to deep wrecks, shark point and incredible drift-dives!
During your dive day we will take you to two of the best SCUBA Diving spots in Playa del Carmen.
In a half-day excursion we will take you to dive two different dives – all reachable in boat trips of less than 20 minutes from the shore of Playa del Carmen – Coco Beach.
Early in the morning we meet to check your equipment and your instructor will give you a detailed briefing about the scheduled dives and safety procedures, as well as about what you can expect from the upcoming dive!
Your instructor will answer any questions about logistics, marine-life and how your dive-profiles are going to look like, to assure you having the best possible experience.
Together you will board a fully equipped and licensed diving-boat at the beach,
set up your equipment and after your buddy-check, jump into the crystal clear Caribbean Sea, for some memorable, fascinating dives.
Between the dives you will be offered fresh purified water and some snacks to reload your energy for the next dive!
After finishing the second dive your instructor will take care of any rental equipment, you will be brought back to the shore and from there to your initial pickup location.
You will fill in log books with your instructor and have chance to ask some last questions. If you plan to dive more, your instructor can inform you about several options and possible dives that suit your level.
What can I see SCUBA Diving in Playa del Carmen?
There is a big variety of marine-life to be found around the reefs off Playa del Carmens shore.
The reefs reach from 6 meters depth to approximately 35 meters, and there is plenty to see in each of them.
Almost always you’ll see the furious looking green moray-eel – one of the biggest of its kind.
Usually not very far there is great schools of fish, grunts, reef fish, you will find atlantic spade fish in some reefs
and an occasional jack-fish or barracuda chasing by through the currents.
Shallow reefs allow to see more macro-life, flamingo-tongues, arrow crabs and christmas-tree-worms are common sightings.
There is lion-fish to find under rocks, crabs and lobsters of sometimes impressive sizes.
Every now and then you can observe a turtle eating or getting cleaned in the reefs cleaning stations too!
If you’re very lucky you can spot an octopus, some sting rays and flounders camouflaging into the reefs and sand!
Make sure to check out the seasonal marine-life report on the PADI Blog about Playa del Carmen SCUBA Diving
to know what to look for during your dives!
Is there Shark Diving in Playa del Carmen?
Yes! Seasonally from November until February, you have the unique opportunity to dive with bull sharks in Playa del Carmen!
Check out here for more information about Bull Shark Diving in Playa del Carmen!
What Courses can I do in Playa del Carmen?
Almost all of the SCUBA Diving Courses we offer can be realized in Playa del Carmen off a Boat (besides PADI Cavern Diver).
Reef conditions and variety of different reefs allow for many different dives and therefore setups for courses.
The shallow reefs which we can reach in less than 5 minutes with the boat are perfectly suitable for any fundives or entry-level courses,
deeper reefs allow for a PADI Deep Diver certification and we even have a cool wreck south of Playa to explore!
Check out which PADI Courses and Continuing Education we offer Here!
Make sure to Contact Us to clarify any doubts prior to booking!
Haven’t dived in a while?
Playa del Carmen reefs are an optimal playground for all those divers who got a little bit rusty recently. If you still feel quite confident and have several dives under your belt, a shallow reef dive might be your best bet.
If you’re not sure, take the step and take a refresher course! Here’s why!