Despite Hurricane Wilma's wrath along the Caribbean coast of Mexico, there's still plenty of diving to be done. On Cozumel, the silver lining in Wilma's cloud is that divers will have the island to themselves for a while until the cruise ship terminals are repaired or rebuilt. In Cancun, the federal government has pledged unprecedented funds to ensure that tourists will be able to return by the new year. And while the Riviera Maya did sustain considerable damage, the further south you go, the less damage is found. And the reports from our dive partners are promising. Boats survived, hotels remain open and everyone's diving the cenotes. And the further south you go, the less damage you'll find.
The best thing you can do to help this region is plan your next dive trip there, and soon.
Contact our dive partners below and they'll assist you in locating accommodations and planning what may be the most memorable dive trip of your life.
Fast Facts Cozumel For More Information www.islacozumel.com.mx
Scuba Club Cozumel www.scubaclubcozumel.com
Riviera Maya For More Information www.Rivieramaya.com
Go Cenotes www.gocenotes.com
Tank-Ha Dive Center & Hotel www.Tankha.com
Akumal Dive Shop www.Akumaldiveshop.com
Mahahual For More Information www.Grandcostamaya.com
Dreamtime Dive Centre www.dreamtimediving.com
Cancun For More Information www.cancun.info
Scuba Cancun www.Scubacancun.com.mx
Isla Mujeres For More Information www.isla-mujeres.com.mx
Pro-Dive Mexico www.prodivemex.com
Special thanks to the Mexico Tourism Board (visitmexico.com) and the Tourism Secretariat of the State of Quintana Roo and the Promotion Boards for all the above destinations.