Travel with Scuba Stop
Scuba Stop is the premier scuba travel store for all of you travel destinations and equipment. Scuba Stop travel all over the world. We travel to places like Mexico, Caribbean, Pacific locals and more. We offer all inclusive trips for most of our travels locations. This includes all dives as well.
As the saying goes, big things sometimes come in small packages. With Belize – the second smallest and least populated nation in Central America – this couldn’t be any truer as it packs a hemisphere’s worth of adventure within its borders. Located between Mexico and Guatemala, Belize is the perfect destination for exploration, relaxation and romance. With more than 400 islands, white sandy beaches, the longest unbroken barrier reef in the western hemisphere and 298 kilometers/185 miles of coastline, Belize is a world-class scuba diving destination. When you’re not diving with nurse sharks, you can explore ancient Mayan ruins, visit rainforests, hike or go cave tubing. Explore Belize and you’ll experience something truly amazing.
Visibility – Off the barrier reef and atolls, visibility is often 30 metres/100 feet or more, it’s slightly less inside the reef.
Water Temperature – The water is pleasantly warm during the summer at 30°C/85°F and a comfortable 26°C/79°F in winter.
Weather – The subtropical weather in Belize means it is warm year-round, particularly along the coast. A brisk sea breeze tempers the heat a bit during the summer. Air temperatures in summer range from about 24-29°C/75-85°F. Winter is cooler, with a daily low of about 21°C/70°F and a daily high of about 27°C/80°F.
Featured Creatures – Sea turtles nest on the sandy beaches from June to August. Whale sharks sightings are common from April to June along the southern barrier reef. There are about 70 types of hard corals and around 400 species of fish in Belize. Also, expect to see sharks, big schools of fish and rays.
Come Join us in Cozumel Oct 21st – 28th This package is for All-Inclusive Resort and 5 Days of two tank boat diving. Airfare is not included in this package. The price is $1,115.00 based on Dbl occupancy and we 8 spots remaining. We also have a 5 day package, non – diver packages and single occupancy packages as well. Also as always with ScubaStop we offer free Advanced open water carts as well as many other specialties, just pay for for books and processing. Please feel free to message us on Facebook, send us an email or just pick up the phone.
Cozumel is one of our favorite location to go dive. We have several trip a year.
Ten kilometres/six miles off the coast of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula lies Cozumel, the “Island of the Swallows.” Barely 50 by 16 kilometres/30 by 10 miles, this diminutive island has become a popular scuba diving destination. Cozumel has all the ingredients for a great dive getaway – friendly locals, good food, lively nightspots, towering coral formations, warm water, great underwater visibility and white sandy beaches. Most dive sites are found within the boundaries of Cozumel Reefs National Marine Park, which protects much of the second largest barrier reef system in the world, the Meso-American reef system. Created in 1996, the park is home to some 26 types of corals with more than 100 subspecies. More than 500 fish species live in the park, including the endemic splendid toadfish. Due to marine life protection programs, divers can also often see loggerhead, hawksbill and green turtles. From shallow sheltered shore dives to secluded, seldom visited, current-swept drift dives, there’s a dive in Cozumel for everyone.
Visibility – The clear water has visibility that ranges from 24-30 metres/80-100 feet.
Water Temperature – The water temperature averages 25°C/77°F in the winter and 29°C/85°F in summer.
Weather – Cozumel has a subtropical climate. The average temperature is about 21-29° C/70-85° F. Humidity is usually high, around 90 percent, but it’s often breezy too. Rainfall is rare apart from the rainy season (September – November) when showers can be frequent.
Featured Creatures – Splendid toadfish, eagle rays, grunts, snapper, angelfish, parrotfish, moray eels, grouper, hawksbill turtles, trumpet fish, wrasse, hogfish, spotted drum fish, amberjacks, lobster, octopus and even long snout seahorses.