After a brief hiatus due to excessive diving, here’s the blog post you’ve all been waiting for. Well, maybe not, but here it is anyway. I’ve spent four days diving in Cozumel so far, and it’s been…fast. As I’ve discovered, Cozumel isn’t known for its currents for nothing. Our first day, our group dropped in to about 100 feet at Punta Sur, a great site to the south of the island. And it was great — we party crashed on a school of jacks and saw plenty of pinnacles covered in sponges, gorgonians and tube corals. The current at that depth, while present, wasn’t overwhelming.
Not every dive location can be a once-in-a-lifetime bucket list bank-breaker. Smart scuba travelers can satisfy their wanderlust more often by targeting destinations that offer the most bang for every buck.
Pass through Scuba Club's arched gateway, and you've entered a charming
Spanish colonial village by the sea. It's so tranquil and inviting that you
may feel you've been transported to another time and place.
What do sexy coffee, saltwater crocodiles and the most memorable souvenir we've seen in the Caribbean have in common? These ranked among some of our favorite unexpected finds during the girls-only Mexican escape featured in the October issue of Sport Diver magazine.