A world-class diving destination, with the wider diving diversity in the world, Tulum diving destinations is the best option to go underwater.
Tulum gathers the wider variety of diving spots in the world, as you can try reef, cenote, and cave in just one day. We have so many dive shops and operators, as there are so many visitors coming to experience this stunning beauty. You will be amazed of the clarity of the water, and by the diversity of marine life, the powdery sands, and the coral reefs. You cannot miss this activity, scuba diving in Tulum is like nowhere else.
You don’t have to be certified to be able to scuba in Tulum, many of our diving shops offer beginner’s courses for teens or to inexperienced visitors who want to try this activity in cenote, reef or cave. Don’t worry if you don’t have any scuba equipment, as it can be rented in any diving shop. Look for a bundle price for the gear rental and the tour fees. One of our greatest places is the Great Mayan Reef as it gathers a wide diversity of marine life: fishes, algae, and corals. It is in fact the second biggest coral reef in the world.
Diving in Tulum can be done in a cenote, a cave or at the reef. However Tulum is actually world known as its unique underground cave diving, which offers magnificent crystal formations and marine life, and can only be accessed by diving. However this kind of diving is mainly offered to people with prior experience in scuba, or to those who will get some caves diving courses. But if you are willing to go into this cave diving adventure, be sure you will not regret it, as you will be diving in one of the best places in the world.
The cenote, cave or reef diving tours are a great investment, as you will get to dive in one of the best diving spots in the world. The money you spend will be well-spent money. Cenotes were very important to Mayan Civilization, as they were a great source of clean water. So they were sacred places for the ancient Mayans. Some of the most famous ones are the Sacred Cenote, down in Chichen-Itza, and the Dos Ojos cenote, located in Tulum.