Share your #SqualoExperience

In Squalo Divers you are our most important customer. We want you to share your experience in our dive club with other people who has taken the course as you. This is to keep your relationship with diving strong even when you are not in the ocean. Please share your #SqualoExperience with us or send us an E-Mail with your doubts to [email protected]

Sayil # 66 Just one block from Cancun's bullring Cancun, Q. Roo México

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Xplor

The jungle comes to life in the best adventure park in the Riviera Maya. Xplor Park is a unique underground

Xenses Tour

Fantastic scenarios that challenge your mind At Xenses enjoy more than 15 activities in scenarios that will challenge your mind.

Tour Xel Ha Cancun

Enjoy the best activities for the family, delicious food and unlimited snorkeling at Xel-Há. Get ready for endless fun with

Xcaret Cancun Tour

Xcaret is a natural park with more than 40 attractions for all ages, perfect to visit with the family. You

Dive Package PADI Open Water Course

Squalo divers invites you to discover scuba diving and explore the underwater world so you can scuba every corner of the world. Includes:

TDI Cavern Diver Course

Are you a serious adventure seeker wishing to explore overhead environments? Sign up for the TDI Cavern Diver course in

TDI Intro to Cave Diver Course

Are you ready to pick up where you left off in the TDI Cavern Diver Course? México offers great dives

TDI Advanced Trimix Diver

The top level of training for open circuit divers. One of the most informative and challenging of all of the TDI

Wreck C-58 in Cancun

Shipwreck C-58 Anaya General was sunk in Cancun in May 2000. The Pourpose of Helping the local reefs and have

Wreck Diving in Cancun

Shipwreck C-55 in Cancun The Shipwreck in Cancun named is Lieutenant Juan de la Barrera C-it was sunk in Cancun,

Wreck Diving Playa del Carmen

MAMA VIÑA WRECK DIVES An old shrimp boat that was intentionally sunk in 1995, has since developed an artificial reef

Wreck Diving in Puerto Morelos

The depth for diving in the Cañonero C-56 Juan Escutia is 90 feet and is ideal for amentes of shipwrecks

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