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Costa Maya

Costa Maya is one of the best scuba diving destinations in all of Mexico, even the Caribbean.  The heart of diving in Costa Maya is the oceanside village of Mahahual, marked by its beachfront promenade.  Costa Maya is most often visited by cruise ships, but it is a well known scuba diving destination where divers congregate for the unspoiled coral reefs and plentiful marine life.


All Tours Depart From Costa Maya - See Also Scuba Diving in Cancun and Playa del Carmen

Costa Maya Dive Shop
Mahahual Scuba Diving
$60.00 $54.00
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Xcalak Scuba Diving
Xcalak Reef Scuba Diving
$135.00 $110.00
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Mahahual Scuba Diving
Private Scuba Diving
$95.00 $72.00
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Resort Course
Discover Scuba Diving
$90.00 $79.00
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Costa Maya Scuba Diving
Private Scuba Diving 6-Pack
$375.00 $299.00
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Mahahual Scuba Diving
Private Scuba Diving 8-Pack
$500.00 $379.00
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Costa Maya Spearfishing
Private Lionfish Safari
FROM $90.00
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Costa Maya Free Dive
Free Dive Adventure
$120.00 $108.00
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Costa Maya is fronted by the Mesoamerican Reef, the world's second largest barrier reef that runs from Cancun in the north to Honduras in the south.  The brilliant coral reefs are highlighted by over 65 different species of coral, 350 species of mollusks and 500 species of fish, most of which can be seen right here in Mahahual.  The Costa Maya section of the barrier reef is one of the best protected and preserved sections of the entire reef, with low impact diving.

The diving in Mahahual is very easy, suitable for all skill levels of divers.  The reef is highlighted by an inner reef, which is about 50-60 feet deep, then the more spectacular outer reef, which features drop-offs that seem infinite.  The current hear is typically mild and the waters are always warm.  Visiting divers often don't even bother with wetsuits here.  Further south is Xcalak, home to a protected marine preserve, where you can find exciting creatures like manatees.

Costa Maya Scuba Diving - Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is the water temperature?
Water temperatures are in the low-to-mid 80s all year round.  Very warm.

Q: Should I bring my own equipment?
A: You are welcome to bring your own, but we have equipment available for rent as well.

Q: I've never dove before - what should I choose?
We recommend the Discover Scuba Diving - it's kind of a try before you buy deal.  Once you are sure you'll enjoy it (and we're sure you will), you can do the Open Water Certification course and get certified to do any of our dives.

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