In the third of our 3-part series on the best scuba diving in Mexico, we’re covering Guadalupe Island and the Yucatan.
In the second of our series on Mexico’s best dive destinations we’re exploring the renowned ‘aquarium of the world’ and a 20,000-year-old reef in the Sea of Cortez.
Mexico has long been one of the world’s best dive destinations, with something for nearly every diver. In Part I of our series, we’ll cover Socorro Island.
In the clear, blue water about 30 minutes from Cancun, divers and snorkelers can visit the Cancun Underwater Museum (MUSA).
Uniquely situated between the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean, these two powerful bodies of water make diving Cabo San Lucas truly extraordinary.
Tired of hearing tear-inducing awful news? Check out Sebastian the crab’s story — with a happy ending.
Sitting 270 miles off the west coast of Mexico, the Revillagigedo Islands are well-known to divers. Here’s some of the best diving in Socorro Island, the most famous among them.
We know it’s a broad category, with such a diverse range of animals and geography, but here are our picks for some of the best scuba diving in Mexico.
You can snorkel with whale sharks in La Paz each year from October to May, when these gentle giants visit the area to feast on a seasonal abundance of plankton and krill.
I Love Lucy: Check out this cool film by the Beacons Collective, shot in Guadalupe, Mexico in 2018 and featuring some enormous (one in particular) great white sharks.
It’s is one of the best diving destinations in the world, with highlights like Socorro Island and the Sea of Cortez. Here are five great reasons to dive Mexico this winter.
When a shark attack occurs, it’s often the animal who gets the blame. SharkSchool in Playa del Carmen aims to change that perception through research and education.
Many divers are already familiar with Socorro Island, part of the Revillagigedo Archipelago in Mexico. The area is now the largest ocean reserve in North America.
Mexico’s top cenotes for scuba diving and snorkeling are part of a vast network of freshwater sinkholes dotting the Yucatan Peninsula.
Whether you are a cave diver or not, you’ll find this video both peaceful and stunning. And it may drive you to become a cave diver!