More than swimming in the seaYou don’t need to be a diver to enjoy the incredible coral reefs. Snorkeling the Reef in Playa Del Carmen can be an amazing experience. Snorkel in the world’s second largest reef, and see why Mexico Blue Dream is the best choice for snorkeling.We have daily snorkel tours to the best snorkeling reefs in Playa Del Carmen where you’ll see a spectacular, exotic and colorful marine life. You might see squids, sea turtles, octopus, moray eels, barracudas, stingrays and many varieties of fish.
The island of Roatan is one of the best destinations worldwide, suitable for the practice of recreational diving, for its multiple advantages such as the visibility of its waters, the pleasant temperature, the rich marine life, the colorful coral reef that surrounds the entire island and a lot of unique species.Diving under Roatan Caribbean water you will have the opportunity to discover a variety of multicolor fish, eels, octopus, crabs, lobster, snails, barracudas, sea turtles and of course the great Mesoamerican reef, also called the Mayan Reef. This adventure is for certified divers that want to have a real fun driving experience in the Caribbean warn waters of Roatan. Note: You must be certified for this experience, please bring your diver certification card, our divemaster will ask for it, also please provide BCD and fins size.
When you venture out on our Famous Wall Excursion, we will take you to explore the World’s 3rd Largest Barrier Reef: the Famous Grand Turk Wall! This beautiful underwater expanse of coral formation is teeming with life ranging from: the social Yellow Tail Snappers, the inquisitive Bermuda Chubbs, the stoic Barracudas, the majestic Parrotfish, the breathtaking Angelfish, the many bright and vibrant Sponges and occasionally Dolphins and Turtles. All Snorkeling equipment such as: masks and snorkels, snorkel vests and fins are all provided; and the total duration of this tour is approximately an hour.
Your diving master shares how the abandoned ship was renamed St. George after Hurricane George ravaged the area in 1998, stranding the ship. The vessel is now the perfect artificial reef. Watch the different schools of fish passing through each other in a spectacular display and keep an eye out for the barracudas who like to hide inside the wreck.In the shallow waters of the second dive site, known for its coral garden reef and diverse sea life, swim among lobsters, stingrays, and a plethora of tropical fish including parrot, trumpet, and spotted drum fish. Then, head back to a sandy Bayahibe beach, munch on a deli-style lunch, and imbibe some local rum or a refreshing beer from the open bar—with no worries about driving, as your driver awaits to return you safely to your hotel.
Gili Tepekong, Mimpang and Biaha are the dive sites for you, if you're seeking thrill of adventure and are an experienced diver. The islands contains a big diversity in the marine life. Gili Mimpang is generally acknowledged as one of the best places to see sharks in Bali, and is therefore known as Shark Point. Mola Molas are very often spotted at Gili Tepekong between September and October, enjoying being carefully cleaned by smaller fish. Gili Tepekong is great for spotting white or black tip reef sharks, while Biaha is home for moray eels, napoleon wrasses, tunas, barracudas, turtles, octopus and cuttlefish. For experienced divers only.
The first part of the boat journey takes you through the thick mangroves behind the island of Koh Kho Khao. Protected from waves this is not only the most comfortable speedboat route in our area – the landscape you will see is spectacular, nearly unpopulated and rarely visited. The three snorkeling stops are the main attraction of this tour, so we do our best to choose the reefs with the best conditions on a daily basis. We also want to give you enough time for snorkeling, so every day is planned a bit differently according to the tides – we want to give you at least one snorkeling stop without a strict time limit. The shallow reefs consist mainly of hard corals – you will find giant clams, sea stars and colorful reef fish such as the famous Nemo Clownfish.We regularly encounter – absolutely harmless but beautiful – reef sharks, Barracudas, sea snakes, Octopuss and if you are lucky even sea turtles.
• Phi Phi offers some of the best scuba diving in the Andaman sea.• Commonly seen wildlife includes black tip reef sharks, turtles, lion fish, barracudas, moray eels, schools of yellow snapper, puffer fish, trigger fish, lobsters, shrimp and nudibranchs. Whale sharks are also visitors to these islands.• We offer 2 dive trips, in the morning at 7.30am or in the afternoon at 1.30pm. • A maximum of two buddy teams per dive guide with divers grouped by experience and ability.• We have15 liter tanks(at no extra charge) if you use a lot of air and also Nitrox tanks at no extra charge for certified Nitrox divers. • The trip price includes all equipment, dive guide, lunch and drinks.
This course gives you a real scuba diving experience during which you will go out on the dive boat and do 2 dives on our beautiful coral reefs with one of our instructors. You will see uncountable varieties of colorful fish and possibly nurse sharks, reef sharks, eagle rays, turtles, goliath groupers and barracudas. We have no dangerous animals on our reefs, so you can relax and enjoy!The price of this full day adventure includes everything you need for the experience (academics, rental gear, pool training, instructor for the whole day), and at the end of the day your souvenir certificate. All you need is a swimsuit and a towel.Please note that you must be able to swim in order to learn how to scuba dive. You must also be in excellent health.
Ciguatera is a foodborne illness caused by eating certain reef fishes whose flesh is contaminated with toxins originally produced by dinoflagellates such as Gambierdiscus toxicus which lives in tropical and sub-tropical waters. These dinoflagellates adhere to coral, algae and seaweed where they are eaten by herbivorous fish who in turn are eaten by larger carnivorous fish. In this way the toxins move up the foodchain and bioaccumulate. Gambierdiscus toxicus is the primary dinoflagellate responsible for the production of a number of similar but distinct toxins that cause ciguatera. These toxins include ciguatoxin, maitotoxin, scaritoxin and palytoxin. Predator species near the top of the food chain in tropical and sub-tropical waters, such as barracudas, snapper, moray eels, parrotfishes, groupers, triggerfishes and amberjacks, are most likely to cause ciguatera poisoning, although many other species have been found to cause occasional outbreaks of toxicity.