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Diving in Mexico City

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When to go to Mexico City

In winter months, ambient temperature is around 75F/24C. The rainy season lasts from May to October, with strong tropical cyclones being a frequent event. Water temperature on the Pacific coast in summer rises to an average of 80F/27C, while average annual water temperature is 77F/25C. Caribbean waters are a little warmer: in summer, average water temperature is about 84F/29C.

Scuba diving in Mexico City

Mexico City, the capital of Mexico, is located almost in the center of the country and is bordered by mountains on all sides. Mexico City International Airport is located here. There are a large number of dive centers and dive shops offering dives at different points near Mexico City. Divers come here because of the variety of dive types available and the brightness and diversity of corals at sites nearby. There are also opportunities for wreck diving, exploring caves with fans and tropical fish, as well as diving in the cenotes in the area. The diversity of marine life is impressive, ranging from shrimp to whales. Northern Mexico has a subtropical climate while in the rest of the country enjoys a tropical one. It is humid and hot on the coastal plains. Some of the most interesting dive sites accessible from Mexico City are: Gran Cenote, Angelita, the Great Maya Reef, Whale Watching, Cozumel Island, Cabo San Lucas and San Carlos.