Cozumel Dive Sites
These are just some of the dive sites you can choose from when you visit Cozumel.
Cozumel is famous for its drift diving.
Drift diving means that there is current. The strength and direction of the current changes from dive site to dive site and from day to day but the premise is the same: don't fight it, go with it. The only trick to drift diving is being able to slow down to look at marine life. To do this all you have to do is stay close to the bottom of the reef and find some cover from the current.
When the current is strong you feel like you're flying above the corals, looking down on the fish cities.
Have you ever stood on the edge of a cliff looking down into infinite blue?
If you haven't, then you probably haven't been
wall diving. Scuba diving alongside a steep wall of coral is one of the most freeing experiences you can have, easily drifting above the blue depths of Cozumel as you admire the amazing underwater mountains that form Cozumel Island.
Almost every dive site in Cozumel has a wall, which makes it ideal because of their proximity to shore. In some occasion the wall is a mere 200 yards away from shore.
It is an unforgettable experience.
Swim-throughs are some of the biggest attractions about scuba diving in Cozumel.
An amazing labyrinth of tunnels has been formed through the coral formations of Cozumel.
On a sunny day, rays of sun shine through the crevices in the coral and give us a spectacular show of beauty underwater.
As we swim through them, (hence the name) we can find lobsters and crabs.
It is important to move slowly so as not to lift up sand from the bottom and keep the same visibility for the divers behind you.
If you've never experienced them, you're in for a treat.