Mexico offers divers some of the most varied and abundant dive sites as anywhere in the world. From the Pacific Ocean, to the Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean Sea, and Sea of Cortez, as well as in rivers, cenotes, and lakes; Mexico has something for every type of diving preference. Surprisingly, the country is not as popular as others along the Pacific Ocean, but it is not any less spectacular.

Technical divers can find an amazing amount of yet to be explored caves on the Yucatan Peninsula. These caves connect cenotes, or underwater sink-holes, which are found in the jungle and can lead out through an extensive underground cave system to the sea. Casual divers will enjoy the tropical warm and clear blue waters in the Golf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea, where the stunning coral reefs of the Parque Marino Nacional Arrecifes de Cozumel are apart of the world's second largest reef system and support a huge variety of species.

On the western coast of the country in the Sea of Cortez, located between the Baja Peninsula and mainland Mexico; whale sightings are frequent, and pelagic fish like whale sharks, manta rays, and many other different species of sharks including hammerheads are found in the protected waters. Further out to sea off of the Pacific Ocean coast, liveaboards set out on trips from Cabo San Lucas to the Archipelago of Revillagigedo, or Socorro Islands, for minimum 9 day trips to dive with huge schools of hammerheads, white tips, silver tips, and silky sharks, oceanic manta rays, and sometimes with whale sightings. Further north still in the Pacific Ocean is Guadalupe Island, where the best cage diving with Great White sharks happens during late summer. Here divers can see these majestic animals with crystal clear visibility for more than 30 meters.

The climate varies dramatically across Mexico's vast landscape. In the northernmost area of the Baja Peninsula the climate is Mediterranean, whereas the climate is arid on the other side of the peninsula, facing the Sea of Cortez. As you go south on the Baja Peninsula, the climate changes to become a subtropical and semi-arid climate, until you reach Cabo, which has a unique tropical desert climate. The terrain of the country also varies greatly from high, rugged mountains to low coastal plains and up to high plateaus down to temperate plains with grasslands. These great elevation changes combined with different weather patterns makes for amazing diversity.

The most interesting things to see in Mexico are the vast archaeological sites concentrated in the southern areas of the country. These ancient, mostly Mayan civilization remnants can be visited year round. The most famous being Chichen Itza, El TajÌn, Monte Alb·n, and Uxmal, all of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites; and Teotihuacan, a huge site with several pyramids located nearby Mexico City.

Featured boats

Nautilus Explorer is a professional superior vessel running by Nautilus Fleet, it offers dive liveaboard trips in the famous Socorro Islands, Sea of Cortez and Guadalupe Island according to the best dive season. it can accommodate up to 25 guests.

Southern Sport is operated by a professional Mexico local liveaboard operator with years of experience in diving, it offers dive liveaboard trips to Socorro Islands and Guadalupe Island according to the dive seasons. It can accommodates up to 18 guests.

With clear, deep blue waters, abundant sea life, white sand beaches and inspiring vistas, the Sea of Cortez - known as the Gulf of California - is a breathtaking destination for amazing scuba diving onboard Rocio Del Mar

Solmar V is a professional live-aboard dive vessel that has been based off Cabo San Lucas since 1984. It offers liveaobard trips to Socorro Islands, Sea of Cortez, Guadalupe Island, it can cater a max. of 22 guests onboard.

Coming trips

14/07/2017 to 22/07/2017

Socorro

Nautilus Under Sea (formerly Undersea Hunter) is a professional deluxe vessel running by Nautilus Fleet, it offers dive liveaboard trips in the famous Socorro Islands, Sea of Cortez and Guadalupe Island according to the best dive season, it can accommodate up to 18 guests.

15/07/2017 to 22/07/2017

Sea of Cortez

With clear, deep blue waters, abundant sea life, white sand beaches and inspiring vistas, the Sea of Cortez - known as the Gulf of California - is a breathtaking destination for amazing scuba diving onboard Rocio Del Mar

22/07/2017 to 29/07/2017

Sea of Cortez

With clear, deep blue waters, abundant sea life, white sand beaches and inspiring vistas, the Sea of Cortez - known as the Gulf of California - is a breathtaking destination for amazing scuba diving onboard Rocio Del Mar

23/07/2017 to 27/07/2017

Guadalupe Island

Southern Sport is operated by a professional Mexico local liveaboard operator with years of experience in diving, it offers dive liveaboard trips to Socorro Islands and Guadalupe Island according to the dive seasons. It can accommodates up to 18 guests.

25/07/2017 to 30/07/2017

Guadalupe Island

Nautilus Explorer is a professional superior vessel running by Nautilus Fleet, it offers dive liveaboard trips in the famous Socorro Islands, Sea of Cortez and Guadalupe Island according to the best dive season. it can accommodate up to 25 guests.

28/07/2017 to 01/08/2017

Guadalupe Island

Southern Sport is operated by a professional Mexico local liveaboard operator with years of experience in diving, it offers dive liveaboard trips to Socorro Islands and Guadalupe Island according to the dive seasons. It can accommodates up to 18 guests.

28/07/2017 to 02/08/2017

Guadalupe Island

Nautilus Belle Amie is a professional luxurious vessel running by Nautilus Fleet, it offers dive liveaboard trips in the famous Socorro Islands, Sea of Cortez and Guadalupe Island according to the best dive season. it can hosts up to 30 or 32 guests depends on the route.

29/07/2017 to 05/08/2017

Sea of Cortez

With clear, deep blue waters, abundant sea life, white sand beaches and inspiring vistas, the Sea of Cortez - known as the Gulf of California - is a breathtaking destination for amazing scuba diving onboard Rocio Del Mar

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