DIVE WITH BULL SHARKS!
|2-Tank Scuba Dive||1-Tank Scuba Dive||Cozumel Diving|
|Discover Scuba||Cenote Dive||Bull Shark Dive|
This is an extreme scuba diving experience for certified divers who want to experience one of the most thrilling dives in the world. This is a dive program that not only introduces adventure seeking divers to wild sharks but also gives them a closer look at these magnificent and mysterious creatures.
The bull shark is quite a large shark that can thrive in both freshwater and saltwater bodies of water. The species is mainly found along coasts and within rivers all over the world, so it is no wonder that bull sharks choose the cenote-fed waters of Playa del Carmen on the eastern coast of Mexico as their breeding ground!
It is an incredible feeling. The first encounter under water with these animals is superlative...outstanding, breathtaking and fantastic. On our second dive, we'll visit one of Playa del Carmen's great coral reefs. A unique opportunity you won't want to miss!Experience Level: Experienced Divers Only
Requires: Open Water Certification. Not Certified? Try our Discover Scuba Diving or Get Certified
When: Daily at 8:00 AM. This dive is seasonal and runs from November through March only.
Where: Meet at the dive shop in Downtown Playa del Carmen. Detailed directions will accompany your reservation. Hotel Pick-up and Drop-off is available upon request for an extra charge.
How Long: 4 Hours Approximately.
FREE WITH YOUR RESERVATION!
Kids: Ages 10 and up but must be open water certified to participate. Kids price same as adults.
Restrictions: This expedition is not suitable for people with severe physical or motor handicap or serious heart problems, nor for obese people or people who are not able to handle physical activity. It is definitely not recommended for pregnant women. People under the influence of alcohol or drugs will not be permitted to participate in this expedition.
Cruise Passengers: Yes! This tour is great for a shore excursion. Taxi to the dive shop, about 10 minutes from the Calica pier, and walking distance from the Cozumel Ferry Pier!