Cozumel Trip April 1-9, 2011

Located just south of the tip of the Yucatan Peninsula, the Mexican island of Cozumel has always been considered one of the top dive destinations in the world.


Most of the dive action happens on the southwest end of the island. Walls like Columbia, San Francisco and the most famous of all-Palancar amaze divers with their display of huge fans and 

sponges. On shallower dives like Tormentos and Chankanaab, the reef is alive with fish and corals. Don’t forget to look under ledges for the native Splendid Toad Fish! Cozumel is most famous for its drift diving. A strong current runs along the length of the island. Rather than swim against it, all dives are don

e as drift dives. That means after you jump in, the current moves you along and the boat will pick you up 1/2 mile or so downstream! This is the perfect place to earn your Drift Diver Specialty class, one step closer to a PADI Master Scuba Diver!


We will be staying at the Wyndham Resort Cozumel. This beautiful resort has the longest beach on the island as well as pools, restaurants and bars. Our diving will be with the in house dive operator, Sand Dollar Sports.

$1799* includes roundtrip airfare to Cozumel with an overnight in Denver (April 1), transfers, lodging, 5 days of 2 tank dives, all meals, pre and post trip parties, T-shirt and all taxes. You can upgrade to an Ocean View room for $130 per person or an Ocean Front room for $300 per person.

**This is the cash/check discount price. Regular price is $1853. Price is subject to change and is based on Double Occupancy. Single supplement is $280. Deposits may be non-refundable and cancellation charges may apply.

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