Every morning our group takes a short boat ride out to dive on the Mesoamerican Reef, the second largest reef system in the world. From deep walls to wrecks to colorful shallow reefs, the dive sites in Playa Del Carmen offer a variety of coral reef flora and fauna.
The first dive is usually a beautiful deep wall, on average 18m/60 ft, but some are deeper. All dive sites along the wall are different in its own way and are home to a variety of marine life. Deeper reefs can host large animals such as rainbow parrotfish, spotted eagle rays, and nursesharks.
The second and third dives are shallow reefs full of colors and life. There are many beautiful reefs with different coral formations and marine life to explore and enjoy the clear waters of the Mayan Riviera.
Colorful coral and sponges, king crab, great green moray eels, southern sting rays, barracuda, hawksbill turtles, green turtles, loggerheads, huge schools of porkfish, snapper, and grunts, lobster, spotted moray eels, garden eels, and queen angelfish are just some of the Caribbean marine life you may see on your dive.
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