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COZUMEL - APRIL 2017 Doing It Island Style!

Cozumel - Doing It Island Style! 

April 15 - 22, 2017 

Cozumel Island is the #1 scuba diving and snorkeling destination in the world with its magnificent colorful coral reefs. Cozumel’s reefs are a part of the Great Barrier Reef which is the second largest in the world.
When you visit Cozumel you will notice that it has the most vivid white sand beaches that are joined with the utmost brilliant crystal blue water seen in the world.
The weather in Cozumel is absolutely extraordinary since the temperature is constantly warm and sensational all year round with remarkable ocean temperatures of no less than 77 F. 
Hotel Cozumel Beach

Sea Turtle     Hotel Cozumel pool

Aquatic Adventures MI Package Price:  $1200 w/o Airfare or $1900 w/Airfare

 

 

What's included in our Cozumel Adventure:

  • 7 nights' Accommodation at Hotel Cozumel & Resort based on double occupancy
  • Daily breakfast, lunch, snacks & dinner
  • House Alcoholic Drinks
  • 5 days of 2 tank dives (weather permitting)
  • Tank & weight rental
  • Government hotel tax
  • Roundtrip airfare from Flint, MI airport- can be excluded
  • Ground Transfers
  • Dive Guide
  • Trip T-shirt

What's NOT included:

  • Rental Gear
  • Dive crew tips
  • Cozumel dive park fees
  • Travel & Dive Insurance-AAM strongly encourage you to purchase dive insurance! 

 

Diving with Dive House:

Dive House Cozumel

 

Dive House operates five boats all fully equipped with VHF radios, depth sounders, DAN oxygen units, first aid kits and life vests. They have four larger boats, a 46′ Sea Ray, a 42′ Sea Ray, a 35′ Bruno Stillman and a 30′ Island Hopper, are also equipped with camera racks, heads, freshwater showers and water level dive platforms with ladders. 

Dive House has gear storage lockers, fresh water showers and gear-washing facilities at their location in Hotel Cozumel & Resort. Divers are required to show SCUBA certification cards & logbooks. You'll be required to fill out a Dive House Liability form before diving.  

The average water temp is 75 degrees in the winter & 85 degrees in the summer.  Cozumel's average visibility is 100 feet.  We recommend that each diver wear a 3 or 5 mm wetsuit for our dives in April.

Cozumel Dive Map

        

Cozumel current carries divers past an underwater smorgasbord—fireworms, hawksbill turtles and angelfish coast amongst abundant barrel and basket sponges. The eponymous wall starts at 35 feet, towering over an otherwise low-profile reef. 

Drift Pro Tip: You'll learn to spot natural rest stops to duck out of the current. Small caves, coral heads and other large structures can give divers a much-needed break.

Drift Pro Tip: Ride the wave! Face into the current and kick at a moderating pace to conserve energy. 

Drift Pro Tip: Keep neutral buoyancy in mind when drifting. Small changes to your breathing and subtle body movements will allow you to coast comfortably among the ridges and corals.

Iterinary:

April 15:  Arrive at Cozumel Airport - Check in at Hotel & Dive House, secure a dive locker.

April 16-20: Early morning breakfast, with a kick off the morning with an 8am dive to start the day. Arrive back at the hotel for lunch & shower. Than off to explore the island.  Maybe arrange for a night dive. 

April 21:  Relax, Tour the town, seeing some Mayan Ruins, visit Chankanaab Beach Adventure Park

April 22: Time to end our wonderful trip & head back home to Michigan.