Located on the southern border of North America and the northern borders of Belize and Guatemala, Mexico is a melting pot of culture, history, food and an incredibly varied landscape.
From deserts dotted with cacti to soaring volcanoes topped with fluffy white snow, flourishing jungles and thousands of sandy kilometres of beach bordered by palm trees, Mexico is a feast for the senses.
Mexico, you’ve got to live it to believe it.
Temperatures in Mexico hover between 22°C and 27°C year-round, however, the summer months of June to September are the hottest, most humid and have the highest amount of rainfall.
We recommend taking light, casual clothing. However, please be aware that the country’s culture and religion call for a more conservative dress code. Please consider this if you are planning on participating in above-water activities.
Huddled between the Pacific Ocean, Sea of Cortez, Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea, you won’t be short of thrilling dive sites to visit.
Navigate the kelp forests of the Pacific Ocean, explore the wrecks in the Caribbean Sea and marvel at the thriving reefs in the Sea of Cortez. Explore the world-famous crystal clear cenotes of the Yucatan Peninsula and whittle away the hours discovering all the secrets of the Belize Barrier Reef – the second largest barrier reef in the world – that stretches from the Yucatan Peninsula down to the coast of Belize.
Mexico is pelagic central due to the rich currents that flow through from the Pacific Ocean. Frolic with sea lions, dance with manta rays, marvel at the schooling barracuda and be left star-struck by the whales and sharks that frequent these waters.
22-25°C December to April 5mm
26-29°C May to November 3mm
There is diving available year-round in Mexico. If you want to dive in Socorro Island, November to May is the best time to go. If you’re looking for a liveaboard, August to October is the season for you. Want to visit the cenotes and explore the underwater caves that are a tec divers dream come true? Plan to visit sometime between May and September.
The cenotes of Yucatan and bull sharks in Cozumel
The mantas of Socorro
The abundance of pelagics
Land’s End in Cabo San Lucas
Schooling rays in Santa Maria
Hammerheads in Gordo Bay
Whale Sharks in Isla Mujeres
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