MexicoGreat white sharks, oceanic mantas and Cenotes cave systems
Mexico offers world class diving on both its Pacific and Caribbean coastlines. There is something for everyone here, and at all diver levels.
On the Pacific side you can embark on a voyage to Guadalupe Island to cage dive with great white sharks, or cruise to the Socorro Islands to dive with schooling sharks, mantas and whales. Sheltered within Baja California is the Sea of Cortez, famous for its sea lion colonies and whale sharks.
On the Caribbean side, along the Yucatan Peninsular, you can immerse yourself into the crystal clear waters of the Cenotes; Mexico’s incredible network of underwater caves, or dive the rich coral walls of Cozumel.
Mexico is a wonderful country to explore on land too, with a rich cultural history. Land activities and tours are available throughout Mexico, with perhaps the most famous landmarks being the ancient Mayan temples to be found around the Yucatan Peninsular.
How to get there
There are several international airports throughout Mexico, so information on travel can be found on the dedicated page for each of the regions we feature. Click on the links below to find specific information on how to get to that particular area.
Mexico by region
Adrenalin-fuelled cage diving with great white sharks
Schooling hammerheads, humpback whales and huge oceanic mantas
Sea of Cortez
Playful sea lions, bull sharks and close encounters with whale sharks
Cenotes cave diving, reef walls of Cozumel and ancient Mayan ruins
Ready for your next adventure?
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