A good diving equipment is essential to dive safely. It helps to breathe under water, protects the skin, regulates buoyancy and makes swimming as easy as possible. You can dive almost anywhere where there is water. The equipment that you use will vary a little depending on your environment diving, as well as your preferences.

Scuba diving is a great way for families to participate in a non-contact sport and provides an active and rewarding recreation which unites the families, creating a common interest for years. The main aim of bringing them into diving, is that kids can love and understand the importance of environment, learn to respect the seas

Night diving is your chance to see what the Caribbean Sea keeps at night. So why not to try this experience? Night diving are commonly carried out between the sunset and the sunrise, this type of diving is very popular among divers and very popular especially in the summer months. This type of night dives

Socorro is an island in the north of the country, in Baja California Sur. It has a unique ecosystem with endemic plants and animals. For everybody who likes diving, this is a place to go for unforgettable manta diving experience, cause this is the only place o Earth where you can dive and interact with

The Mexican Caribbean offers many outdoor activities. You can enjoy exotic beaches in Mahahual, archaeological ruins in Tulum, a pink lagoon in Yucatan and another one with 7 shades of blue in Bacalar, you can see the egg laying of the turtles in Akumal, etc. For the more daring there is also the possibility of

Like many sports, the world of scuba diving has been primarily made up of men for the longest time. The rise of diving has resulted that this sport is becoming increasingly popular among women. “Women’s Dive Day” is an event celebrated on July 16 of each year and claiming the contribution of women to the

Cenotes are unique formations in the world, no doubt, one of the most beautiful and mystic attractions of the State of Yucatan. The Maya called them dzonot, which means “hole with water” which the conquering Spaniards translated as cenote. Cenotes are formed with rainwater which is filtered through the porous ground creating underground rivers, in