Discover Scuba Diving & Beach Break
If you have scuba diving fears or need additional information before taking the leap to invest more time and money in scuba diving, then this fun and informative Costa Maya excursion is for you. This scuba diving instructional session will provide you the information and courage to take the next steps towards becoming certified.
Through a guided overview of diving, you will be introduced to the basic rules and equipment needed. You'll even partake in some water exercises. Your guide will walk you through all the diving necessities before entering into shallow waters with you. Dive supervision is constant, and waters are never deeper than 12 meters (40 feet), so you will feel safe and secure during the entire experience.
This is not a diving course in itself, but rather an overview of diving. The intended purpose of this learning opportunity is to entice you into taking the next step and to eventually explore the wonderful underwater world. If you're in Costa Maya and want to test the waters, sign up for this scuba introduction.
Reviewer: Keith Clonch
This excursion was for my family consisting of 2 adults and 2 children ages (13 & 11). The staff and instructors were amazing and worked with my children to make them feel extremely comfortable prior to the Discover Scuba Adventure. We had a 1:1 ratio with instructors so that we could all focus on the fun while being safe! I give this company and excursion a must do if you want to have a great experience.
Reviewer: Mike Atherton
Awesome excursion! Diver masters great- extremely friendly, helpful, knowledgeable, experienced, fun! Excursion went off without a hitch. I'm a certified disabled diver and require a personal dive master. They provided that at no additional cost. Rated 4 not 5 because scheduled for a 9:30am (local time) dive. Planned for 3 hour excursion. Arrived in port at 6am (lt), had to be back on the ship by 12:30pm (lt). The day before arriving, contacted dive company, rescheduled for 7am (lt). Were super accommodating and understood. Assured us we had enough time, we did not feel comfortable. I'm an amputee, require more time to get ready, we didn't want to be rushed. It didn't help that the ship stayed on Eastern US time, all the ports were their own time. When we received the excursion info, it came in local time, which was an hour behind ship time. I didn't realize the excursion info was local time. It may have said, I just don't remember.