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Diving in Tulum

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When to go to Tulum

Diving in Tulum is available all year round. The best diving conditions are during dry season, from November to May. Water temperature averages 86F/30C, with water visibility usually 50-100ft/15-30m. The whale shark season is from late May to mid-September. 


What to see

In the waters off Tulum, divers can see lots of different corals, coral formations, pinnacles, barracudas, angelfish and stingrays, reef fish, shellfish and lobsters, southern stingrays, crabs, nurse sharks and turtles. 

Scuba diving in Tulum

Tulum is located on Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula. The closest international airport is in Cancun that is located in 120 km. Dive sites here are suitable for all experience levels. Tulum offers cave and cavern diving, scuba diving, snorkeling, liveaboard and of course, the famous cenote diving, an experience not to be missed (cenotes are sinkhole-like cave formations).


Most popular dive sites

Popular cenote dive sites are: Cenote Angelita, Cenote Dos Ojos, Chac Mool Cenote, and Gran Cenote. Popular local dive sites are Tankah I and II, Sting Ray, La Piscina and Coquitos.

Dive centers in Tulum

All 8 dive centers Tulum