With access to both inland and sea dives, Tulum’s diving scene is a unique mix of cenotes and reefs.
Take the plunge in the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef.
Tulum is home to a huge diversity of wildlife, with what it was a healthy reef ecosystem, this is slowly changing due to the “Stony Coral Tissue Loss”, our coral is in danger and our associations in conservation along with local divers are working hard to conserve and protect our coral reef, where vigilant divers can see lobsters, crabs, groupers, angelfish, eels, stingrays, sergeant majors and hundreds of other tropical fish species. Loggerhead Turtles, Green Turtles, Hawksbill Turtles and eagle rays may also be seen floating along the reef’s edge.
Price $90 US / 2 tanks
- Min 4 pax
The underwater world changes as day creatures retire and nocturnal organisms emerge. If you've wondered what happens underwater after the sun goes down visit the reef at night when the reef wakes up and the coral comes alive.
Price $80 US / Single tank
Torch $5 US
Things to take into consideration
- For certified divers, please note that a Refresher course will be required for any diver who has not dived for 12 months or longer.
Proof of your last dive will be required when diving with us.
- DIVING and FLYING: For multiple dives (2 or more) you must leave 18 hours before getting onto an airplane. For more safety we highly recommend 24 hours.
- Experience in Night Diving is required, proof of your Adventure dive, or Speciality will be required when diving with us.