Experience the most incredible drift diving in the world.
Scuba diving in Cozumel, Mexico since 1984
For 34 years now, Dive Paradise is the name you know and trust in Cozumel for satisfying scuba adventures. We offer an unmatched array of boats, reefs, departure times and special trips. Custom-design your scuba vacation around Cozumel’s most extensive menu of options.
Ready for new skills? Dive Paradise is a PADI 5-Star Instructor Development Resort. We offer the complete range of choices in scuba training — from a first “get-wet” experience through dive instructor.
Dive Paradise offers a broad selection of diving and accommodations packages — choices for every taste and budget. All-inclusive resort, small hotel, or condo. Beachside or in town. Whether you’re traveling solo, with family and friends, or with a club or large group.
In the Mexican Caribbean, get up close and personal with the whale sharks, the gentle giants of the ocean.
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All Dive Paradise boats on "Caribbean" trips are equipped with a sundeck and a full-sized head (AKA bathroom, loo, baño or potty - for those who don't speak "boat."). The gunnels (sides) are low for easy giant stride entries. All boats offer convenient dive platforms. Getting out of the water is as easy as getting in....Read more
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Since 1984, Dive Paradise has provided safe, reliable and fun-filled scuba adventures in Cozumel. We’ve earned the reputation as “The name you know and trust.” What’s behind our success?
Dive Paradise is Cozumel’s finest independent dive operator. We offer the island’s largest fleet of boats and widest variety of dive trips.
Spectacular Island Reefs. All of Cozumel’s reefs are considered excellent by Caribbean standards. The drift diving technique utilized on the reefs is the easiest type of diving by any standards. Most important to us all is the fact that these reefs are now protected by Mexican law and will be preserved forever.
Cozumel is Mexico’s original Caribbean playground. The Mayans, its first inhabitants, considered it a sacred shrine and referred to it as “Ah-Cuzamil-Peten”, meaning “Island of the Swallows.”
Cozumel lies 18 kilometers east of the northern coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. Only the mainland side of the 32 mile-long and nine mile-wide island is settled. To the north and south are the resort hotels.