Bracelet from Saving Our Sharks

Every winter in Playa del Carmen we received a special visit: Tiburón Toro. During the shark season, each time the dive is done, a Saving Our Sharks bracelet is purchased, which is a $ 5usd donation for SOS. As many of us already know, the...

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What diving mask do you recommend?

This is one of the most common questions faced by the shop assistants of diving equipment, made mostly by those who are learning to dive. What is the diving mask you should buy? Which one would you recommend?      The choice of the mask is not a...

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An underwater river, Cenote MUYAL HA

CENOTE  MUYAL-HÁ   click Facebook video   The cenotes are deep natural wells characteristic of Mexico, resulting from the collapse of limestone layers, exposing the subterranean waters below them. They are full of water and are connected to a...

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Underwater communication

UNDERWATER COMMUNICATION Diving offers you the opportunity to be with your own thoughts and gives you the peace necessary to stop and appreciate the nature around you. Part of the charm of the underwater world, is its relative calm and silence...

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Decompression Syndrome

What is decompression? Decompression syndrome is a term used to describe poorly being a result of reduced pressure in the environment surrounding a body. A good example is what happens when a diver begins to ascend to the surface at the end of...

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Importance of Buoyancy

BUOYANCY Why is it so important? Improving your buoyancy skills is not only convenient for divers, but also useful to enjoy the benefits of it and have a good dive. When you complete the PADI Maximum Performance in Buoyancy course; You will find...

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Explore the sunken ship Mama Viña

Sunken ship Mama Viña Playa Del Carmen     This old shrimp boat was sunk in 1995 for scuba use. Since then, the coral has grown in a fast process, thus creating an artificial reef. With a maximum depth of 30 m. (100 ft) and the possibility of...

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Night Diving at Playa del Carmen

Diving at night   Like a brush on a blank canvas, your lamp illuminates the nighttime reef, revealing a bright and lively landscape. If you are like most divers, you will find night diving a fascinating and mysterious world. The regular dive...

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Interesting facts about the cenotes

Cenotes A cenote (from the maya dzonoot: ‘hole with water’) is a flooded sinkhole of karstic origin. There are several types of cenotes: open, semi-open and underground or in a cave. This classification is directly related to the age...

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