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Explore the Caribbean coast of Mexico on this 2-tank dive for certified divers. During this half-day excursion, experience the Underwater Sculpture Museum, the wreck of a C-58 Minesweeper, a night dive or dive the Great Mayan Reef. Enjoy the unique characteristics of each of these sites accompanied by a master diver.


  • Cancun 2-tank reef or wreck dive
  • Dive at famous Cancun sites such as the Great Mayan Reef, the Underwater Museum and the Manchones Reef
  • Choose between different dive options including a night dive

Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour

If you're a certified diver, this package lets you choose between four different adventures. Explore intricate coral reefs or see fascinating marine life on a night dive or shipwreck dive.

What You Can Expect

Cancun 2-Tank Reef or Wreck Dive

Cancun 2-Tank Reef or Wreck Dive

8am Reef Dive:
Depart the meeting point at 8am and head out for the Great Mayan Reef. Arrive at the reef and get help with your dive gear from the expert crew. Ask any questions about the natural surroundings or safety issues, then dive in. Feel safe in the excellent ratio of 4-6 divers per dive master, knowing that you will be taken care of. Spend 40 minutes below the surface discovering the diverse marine life and the vibrant colors of the reef. Re-board the boat for a short ride to a second dive location. Depths are 50-60 feet (15-18 meters). 
Note: This dive departs on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

8am 2-tank Reef Dive:
Cruise out to the Manchones Reef, home of the Underwater Sculpture Museum. View 400 life-size sculptures that form an artificial reef, home to many types of marine life. Learn about the special materials used in the sculptures from your guide and how they promote coral life. Explore to depths of 35 feet (11 meters). Travel to a second location on the Mancones Reef for a second diving opportunity. 
Note: This dive is available daily.

1-tank Night Dive:
Plunge into the warm Caribbean See by the light of the moon. Catch glimpses of the reef's nocturnal species, including parrotfish, squid, nurse sharks and octopus. 

8am 2-tank Wreck Dive:
Discover the C-58 Minesweeper, sunk off the coast of Cancun in the 1980s. See marine life in all the hollows of this foundered ship, following your dive instructor's lead to the most interesting parts of the ship. Dive to 85 feet (26 meters) and encounter packs of barracudas and rays.

Customer Reviews

Angel F

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

Visited MUSA and reef. Saw 2 turtles, barracuda, black spotted yellow sting ray, lobster, parrot fish and schools of yellow grunt. Hector and Axel guided us during the dives and made sure we were safe. Enjoyed this excursion.

Jeff T

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2014

The master diver was extremely helpful and appreciative of our participation. What a great dive. The fish were amazing. School was In!

Brad S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2012

Enjoyed very much

Lina H

4 star rating: Recommended January 2017

Transportation was good, guides were excellent, the sites were average, the reef better than the museum because there were more fish, Bob


4 star rating: Recommended November 2016

This dive was outstanding minus 2 things:
1 This was a 1-tank dive which is disappointing when you though you paid for a 2-tank dive, but I couldn't have done a 2nd dive considering point 2:
2 It was quite windy and swells were 5-10 feet with a lot of sway underwater. I started to get slightly sea-sick while diving and then getting back on the boat with the waves I felt quite sea-sick until we got back to smooth water.

I highly recommend this dive. The staff was great, the water was 84-86, we dove for 45min to 53 feet and saw 3 octopus, 2 crabs, all the normal reef fish, and bioluminescent plankton. If your prone to motion sickness you may want to take some Dramamine in advance.

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