Scuba diving is best known for cenote diving in Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula, but also offers coral scuba dives, a bull shark dive, American crocodiles at Chinchorro Banks, plus snorkeling of whale sharks and sailfish off Isla Mujeres.
With dive sites so different from each other, a wide range of marine life and some very special dives that you can not find anywhere, it gives scuba divers the largest underwater options. For total beginners, there are a number of scuba diving locations and also a number for experienced divers.
It is also a perfect destination for more experienced divers to upgrade their diving abilities and learn about cavern or cave diving in locations where some of the world’s best divers have been trained!
But what’s the difference between scuba diving and diving per se?
Scuba diving is the immersion in water with an equipment that allows your breathing flow un an easy way through an tank normally carried in you back while you tour the underwater life. This could be accompanied by a wetsuit or not, being this just googles and few more items.
Now, when it comes to diving, it’s bare way. There are no equipments and the diver makes use only of fins to make easier the process of submerging few meters under the surface.