Pro Dive In­ter­na­tional — Mex­ico

This col­lec­tion of 10 PADI Five Star Re­sorts op­er­ates in Cozumel, the Riviera Maya and through­out Mex­ico

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Mex­ico’s Mayan Riviera — with the drift div­ing of Cozumel, the caves and cav­erns sur­round­ing Playa del Car­men and Tu­lum, and the whale sharks off Isla Mu­jeres — isn’t just a one-stop desti­na­tion, but rather unique in that this area of­fers a col­lec­tion of one- of- a-kind ad­ven­tures. Which is why Pro Dive In­ter­na­tional – Mex­ico makes sense.

It’s not just one PADI Five Star Dive Cen­ter, but 10 — spread among four- and five- star beach­front re­sorts and stand-alone lo­ca­tions in Cozumel, Puerto Aven­turas, Tu­lum and through­out the Riviera Maya.

This means you can make one phone call and re­ceive a cus­tom­ized itin­er­ary for any dive va­ca­tion, be it for a week­end, week or longer. Choose one or sev­eral des­ti­na­tions, in­clud­ing:

The is­land of Cozumel at­tracts divers drawn to cur­rents as well as sheer walls rid­dled with swim-throughs and tun­nels. Head south to the Riviera Maya for dozens of cav­ern and cave dives among this area’s fa­mous cenotes, known for epi­cally clear wa­ter, mas­sive sta­lac­tites and other an­cient for­ma­tions.

Off the coast of the city of Playa del Car­men, the north­ern­most point of this un­der­ground won­der­land, is a site where bull sharks gather ev­ery win­ter.

And in sum­mer, whale sharks gather off Isla Mu­jeres, a satel­lite is­land of Can­cun. Here, the world’s largest fish — 40 feet long — can be seen re­li­ably nearly ev­ery day.

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