If you like diving and want to share your knowledge and passion with others, at Squalo Divers we can prepare you with the training you are looking for. Turn what you love into a career and enjoy watching others have fun as much as you do. At Squalo Divers we offer different types of courses,

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

If you are looking for new experiences and you like outdoor sports, diving is an activity that surely will fulfill your expectations. Imagine being able to see the most colorful coral and tropical fish on the second largest reef in the world. Well you can do it, and with Squalo Divers you will enjoy an

Spending holidays in the Mexican Caribbean is becoming more and more normal. But it’s not only about staying at your All-Inclusive hotel, there is a long list of activities full of adventure that can be done in groups, couples or individually. It’s not only to have a relaxing time on the paradisiacal beaches, now there

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

The Revillagigedo Archipelago, also known as Socorro Islands or Revillagigedo Islands, is a group of four Mexican volcanic islands located 400 kilometers off the west coast of Baja California, in the Pacific Ocean. The richness of its waters creates a significant habitat for pelagic creatures and the biggest ocean predators which make of it a

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

  World Oceans Day is a global day celebrated every June 8th and it serves as a celebration of our oceans, which generate most of the oxygen that we breathe, feed us and regulate the planet’s climate. The day also serves to promote the oceans’ contribution life and the need to protect it from harmful

(April 1, 1949 – April 6, 1994) An American Cave Diver widely recognized for his dedication and his explorations in the world of the underwater caves. Exley began diving in 1965 at the age of 16. That same year he entered his first cave and was hooked on diving in caves for the rest of

The Underwater Museum of Art in Cancun or MUSA is the creation of the English sculptor Jason DeCaires Taylor who has deposited at the Western tip of the Quintana Roo National Park an extraordinary Museum which is already recognized as the largest Underwater Museum in the world. The human impacts on natural reefs combined with