Cozumel diving is some of the best in the Caribbean. There are alot of great dive sites to choose from. Not matter where you go, it's bound to be enjoyable. Here are some of the sites we enjoyed the most:
The wall starts at 50 feet and goes to the deep abyss. You'll find tunnels and caves, sponges, angelfish, rays, groupers and lots of other marine life. I did find one tunnel here to be a bit claustrophobic, so be aware and try and check out the tunnels before you go in if this is an issue for you. The deepest we went on this site was 85 feet, with 70 feet being about average.
Unfortunately, the popularity of this site has its drawbacks too. Each time we went to Cozumel diving and have done this dive, there have been lots of divers. Worse yet, lots of inexperienced divers. This can be distracting (to say the least) and takes some of the pleasure out of the dive. But not enough to stop us from going back!
We've seen some great marine life on these dives - goat fish, toad fish, juvenile drumfish, grouper, eels, lobster, spiny starfish and lots more. On one dive, the divemaster held a puffer fish for the group to feel.
This are just a few of the great spots Cozumel has to offer. You can probably pick just about any of Cozumel's dive sites and have a fun and interesting dive. All places should be so good!
So go, pick a site and have a great dive!
Photos by neutralbuoyancy and the Herrera family. Thanks!
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