Cozumel - World Class Drift Diving
May 4-11, 2013
$1495 ($1160 non-diver)
Journey with us to some of the best diving in the Western Hemisphere. Famous for its diversity of fish and other marine critters, Cozumel offers the added excitement and ease of drift diving. This trip has been a long-time favorite of Down Under customers and staff. Don’t miss your chance to find out what it’s all about – Discover (or rediscover) Cozumel with us this spring!!
- We will leave Saturday, May4th and be on the beach in Cozumel around 2pm!! Return (if we have to) on Saturday, May 11th. That gives us up to 5 1/2 possible days for diving!!
- We will be staying at Casa Mexicana. A long-time favorite of divers, Casa Mexicana is perfectly situated on the island of Cozumel. Casa Mexicana is walking distance from the best dining and nightlife. Every room has a private balcony, and there’s a 2nd floor lobby bar with swimming pool. Rooms have AC, TV, phones, and free internet, although if you’re spending much time in the room, you’re missing the point of Cozumel, which is…
- The Diving: We’ll be diving Aqua Safari, located just next door. You’ll dive the world famous Palancar Reef, Santa Rosa Reef, and many other sites. Aqua Safari offers the ideal dive platform – comfortable, covered boats with water and inter-dive refreshments. Most dives will be drift dives – it doesn’t get any easier than this. Stop by Down Under to see video taken during previous trips to Cozumel.
Price Includes: Just about Everything!!
- Roundtrip Airfare from RDU to Cozumel
- Transfers from Airport to Hotel and Back
- 7 nights (double occupancy) at Casa Mexicana
- 5 days of 2-tank boat diving, tanks, weights
- Breakfast Daily – deluxe breakfast bar
- Free Internet Access
- Unlimited shore diving
- Hotel and Diving Taxes
Additional Excursions Available
- Add a third afternoon dive if you still need more time underwater (only $15)
- Day Trip to the Cenotes. The Yucatan Peninsula is famous for its series of underground caverns, caves, and rivers. The Cenotes are freshwater caverns. For Advanced Divers Only.
- Maya Ruins: Chichen-Itza, Tulum, and Coba. Forget the new millennium, these cities were built at the start of the first millennium (and before).
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