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Best dive sites in Mexico City

Because Mexico City has no diving within its border, you’ll want to book day trips out of this metropolitan center in order to enjoy Mexico’s underwater environments. Luckily, you’ll have easy access to a variety of dive sites from this central location. Advanced divers who love pelagics will want to head for Socorro Island or Guadalupe via liveaboard. Socorro is known for its Manta Ray encounters and Guadalupe is one of the best places in the world to dive with Great White Sharks. Also on the Pacific side, the Sea of Cortez is home to the dive site Los Islotes, a favorite hangout for playful sea lions. Those who enjoy cenote diving should check out Cenote Dos Ojos, and beginners will be happy at most dives in the Caribbean, including MUSA and Punta Cancun.

Snorkeling in Mexico City

Snorkeling is practically a requirement for anyone who visits Mexico although it may take a little work to get in the water from Mexico City. Surface spotters will feel especially comfortable in the Caribbean and around the Yucatan Peninsula. Cancun’s offshore reef and the Museo Subacuático de Arte are perfect for non-divers. Snorkelers can also participate in whale shark tours near Isla Mujeres.

What to see

Depending on which direction you head from Mexico City, you are sure to see all manner of marine life.

While diving in the Caribbean Sea, there will be sea turtles, groupers and plenty of colorful reef fish. During the right season, large congregations of whale sharks are an absolute treat.

Diving off the Pacific Coast and Baja California Peninsula, there are sea lions and sometimes schools of mobula rays and many eagle rays. Unique creatures like the guitarfish and bullseye electric rays might be spotted and hammerhead sharks have been seen schooling in the Sea of Cortez. Small critters are plentiful at protected sites and expect to find seahorses, blennies, boxfish, eels and octopus. Dense schools of fish like yellowtail snapper and trevally are common.

At the Revillagigedo Archipelago, Giant Oceanic Manta Rays rule supreme, and as many as six different species of sharks can be seen including tiger sharks and hammerhead sharks. Cage diving at Guadalupe Island is almost exclusively to see great white sharks.

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