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Where to go Snorkeling in Playa Del Carmen and Nearby

June 15th, 2018
Where to go Snorkeling in Playa Del Carmen and Nearby One of the major delights of Playa Del Carmen is the abundance of marine life found just below the surface of the waves. A mask, a snorkel and a pair of fins are all you need to explore the coral reefs, swim among schools of tropical fish, hang out with the turtles or even, if you get your timing right meet with whale sharks. Some of the more accessible cenotes including Dos Ojos and Casa cenote are also suitable for snorkelling. With so many options, the only thing you need...   Continue Reading...
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Top 5 Cave Diving Locations in Tulum, Riviera Maya

May 23rd, 2018
Top 5 Cave Diving Locations in Tulum, Riviera Maya Getting your open water dive certification can be an end in itself, or it could be the beginning. If you're looking for new adventures and want to explore some stunningly beautiful and deeply mysterious environments, then cavern or cave diving could be for you. You'll find underwater caves across the world, but for the biggest and best you'll want to travel to Mexico. Here's a round up of five of the best cave diving experiences in and around Tulum and the Riviera Maya. Gran Cenote Gran Cenote is the main entrance...   Continue Reading...
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Top 5 Cenotes For Snorkelling In Riviera Maya

May 18th, 2018
Top 5 Cenotes For Snorkelling In Riviera Maya Cenotes are an amazing part of the eco-system in the Riviera Maya – some are located in caves and others are exposed to sun and air after the roofs have collapsed. The classification of the cenote is related to its age – mature cenotes are completely open to the sky. And the youngest are those which still have an intact overhead dome. Cenotes are often surrounded by lush vegetation making them so appealing for underwater exploration. Here’s a review of the top 5 cenotes for snorkelling in Riviera Maya: 1. Gran Cenote...   Continue Reading...

Cozumel All You Need to Know

March 12th, 2018
Cozumel - All You Need to Know Cozumel, located in the Caribbean Sea, is Mexico’s largest island and it boasts with astounding natural beauty. It is one of the top five destinations in the world, thanks to its stunning coral reef - the second largest. What it is famous for are the superb scuba diving conditions. How to Get to Cozumel You can fly in straight to the island. Cozumel has a small and modern airport with international flights. Another option is to fly to Cancun and take a bus and a ferry ride over. Cozumel is 18 km away...   Continue Reading...

What is a Cenote

December 13th, 2017
What Is a Cenote? Just "say no tay"! Even though it’s written Cenote, you actually pronounce it "say-NO- tay". Apart from cenote pronunciation, it may be a funny Latin-American word for a ditch in the ground, but for divers and snorkelers they promise so much more. Think portals to adventure, intrigue and fun. To find a Cenote you’ll need to travel to Mexico, and some of the best are located near the ancient port of Tulum on the Yucatan Peninsula’s Riviera Maya Caribbean coast. How Were Cenotes Formed? They were formed by naturally-acidic rain filtering down over thousands of years...   Continue Reading...
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Padi Women Dive Day 2017

October 31st, 2017
Celebrate PADI Women’s Dive Day 2017 in Tulum with Koox Diving PADI Women's Dive day is just a couple of days away.  Are you excited already? Because we certainly are.  On 15 July 2017 divers around the world will celebrate the special day for the second time. Let's join the cause that unites divers from every corner of the globe around the idea of making diving and diving gear more accessible to women. We, at Koox Diving Tulum are very excited to join the party with a special event and discounts. Ladies, join us this Saturday, 15 July 2017, from 7:30 am to...   Continue Reading...
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Please stop unless cave trained!

September 25th, 2017
Please stop unless cave trained! This is the reason why we need to be aware of our own limitations, always respect safety rules and dive with people who are properly qualified, responsible and with the right training. Date : August 17th 1995 - Location : Sistema Temple of Doom Victim : Two open water divers and a female This tragic accident began as a dive store organized trip from Cozumel. The store owners had   received inquiries about cenote diving from customers. They decided to schedule a trip and hire a local Divemaster who had previously lived in the village of...   Continue Reading...