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Dive Sites

Ship Wreck C-53 

See the Mexican Navy minesweeper that sunk in 2000. You can see a variety of species in the hulls of the ship!
Depth: 50 to 70 ft
Skill Level: Novice-Intermediate
Tormentos Reef
This reef makes for a great second dive, though currents can be fast. There are reef head formation of 20' to 30'. You might see the occasional nurse shark or two and turtles.
Depth: 50 to 70 ft
Skill Level: Intermediate
Yucab Reef & Wall
Generally there are strong current here, but this reef has some great reef heads. Turtle grass hides sting rays and other species.
Depth: 50 to 130 ft
Skill Level: Novice-Expert
Punta Tunich
Sandy bottom at 70' and then you reach coral. This dive moves quickly dure to currents so it it is not so great for photos.
Depth: 50 to 130 ft
Skill Level: Intermediate-Advance
Cordona Reef
This shallow reef is great for snorkeling and diving. The waters are just teeming with schools of tropical fish. There are some mild currents.
Depth: 20 to 50 ft
Skill Level: Novice
San Francisco Reef/Wall
This reef begins at the old southern end of the San Fran Beach. The reef is about 1/2 mile in length. It makes for a great second dive.
Depth: 45 to 120 ft
Skill Level: Intermediate
San Clemente
This a great dive for beginners as it is a long & shallow dive. There are smaller reef heads, but a variety of sea life to be seen.
Depth: 20 to 30 ft
Skill Level: Beginner
Yellow House aka "No Name Reef"
This reef contains a variety of "transitional" reef life. With lots of open sand bottom this dive is great for beginners.
Depth: 35 to 50 ft
Skill Level: Beginner
Santa Rosa Wall
One of the most popular deep dives in Cozumel, there are lots of overhangs, swim throughs and caves. You will be sure to see lots of fish life.
Depth: 50 to 120 ft
Skill Level: Intermediate
Barracuda Reef
Wall/ reef is located on the North end of the island. There are strong currents, but you do have the chance to see the occasional eagle ray, lots of turtles and other species; lobster, grunt, crab etc.
Depth: 45 to 100 ft
Skill Level: Expert
San Juan Reef
San Juan reef is a North end, low profile reef with fields of finger coral. All varieties of species can be found. Occasionally, rough conditions and fast currents can be encountered.
Depth: 40 to 60 ft
Skill Level: Expert
Cantarel (Eagle Ray Wall)
December until the end of February the eagle rays may be found here as the females come to mate. An amazing dive as at times you may be surrounded by a dozen or so or eagle rays. Depth: 40 to 100 ft
Skill Level: Intermediate
Sunken Boats & Pillars
You can do this dive from the shore. You swim to sunken boats where you may spot an eel, snapper and other species. Drift north to a concrete pillar landscape.
Depth: 35 to 50 ft
Skill Level: Advanced
Villa Blanca Wall/Shallows
This dive spot is great for all levels. Located across from the Villa Blanca Hotel, you can find sponges, beautiful coral life and the occasional eel and turtle.
Depth: 20 to 120 ft
Skill Level: Novice-Advance
Paradise Reef/Shallows
Great for beginners, this is the first reef of the Marine Park. It is a popular 2nd tank dive. 
Depth: 30 to 40 ft
Skill Level: Novice
Las Palmas Reef
Beginners and snorkelers welcome. This reef has an abundance of small and large species. Turtles, parrot fish and more! There is also a wall that drops into the great abyss.
Depth: 30 to 50 ft
Skill Level: Beginner
Chankanaab Reef
In front of the Chankanaab Park, this reef has mild currents and it is quite sandy with small coral heads. A variety of species can be found here.
Depth: 35 to 40 ft
Skill Level: Beginner
Chankanaab Balones
Another part of the Chankanaab Park, these are a series of balloon shaped coral heads. The visibility here is diminished by the fresh water runoff from the cenote systems in Cozumel. 
Depth: 35 to 40 ft
Skill Level: Beginner-Intermediate
Paso del Cedral
You can make this location a wall or shore dive. The landscape is sloping rolling hills with coral and sponges. Great for some underwater photography. You may spot an eel or two.
Depth: 50 to 60 ft
Skill Level: Intermediate
La Francesca
La Francesca consists of small sand hills that are covered with scattered coral & sponges. There is a variety of marine life; nurse sharks, turtles & more! This dive location is also great for photo opportunities.
Depth: 30 to 60 ft
Skill Level: Novice-Intermediate
Palancar has several dive locations; Gardens, Horseshoe, Caves & Bricks. Great for swim throughs, coral formations resting on white sand.
Depth: 25 to 125 ft
Skill Level: Novice-Intermediate
Columbia Reefs
Columbia Reefs also consist of many dive locations; Columbia (60'-90'), Deep (60'-120'), and Shallows (30'-50'). This dive location is great for mixed level diving. There are a variety of reef formations and fish life.
Depth: 15 to 90 ft
Skill Level: Novice-Intermediate
Punta Sur
Excellent multi-level dive. Punta Sur is know for fast currents, so you have to be careful and you must be skilled enough to descend easily. This is also home of the famous "Devils Throat" dive where you descend 90' to a cave entrance & exit at 130'!
Depth: 50 to 130 ft
Skill Level: Advanced
Large sand hills with varied coral heads wgucg slopes into the abyss. Strong currents great arch swim through. It is quite an impressive wall dive.
Depth: 70 to 150 ft
Skill Level: Advanced
Punta Celarain (snorkel)
What a wonderful and beautiful shallow reef. Not frequented by many divers, but this is a 100m long run that is parallel to the beach. A variety of sea life can be found here.
Depth: 5 to 20 ft
Skill Level: Snorkeler
Current can be unpredictable at Chun-Chacaab. This is another dive that is not frequented by many, but it is a good dive wth Nitrox. 
Depth: 60 to 80 ft
Skill Level: Advanced
Hunan & Cannons
These are both rare dives as they are located on the "other side" of the island. You typically visit if there is a Norte. On this dive you can take the opportunity to see cannon balls that are believed to have be left by an old sunken Spanish ship.
Depth: 20 to 50 ft
Skill Level: Intermediate