Join the Lighthouse District's Bamboo Reef and Keith and Carol McNutt on this spectacular dive vacation as we explore the fabulous drop-offs and lush corals of Palancar Reef at Cozumel, Mexico, July 18-25, 2015.
Cozumel is known in the scuba diving industry as one of the best scuba diving locations in the world. Teaming with schools of fish and boasting amazing view, Cozumel offers the avid scuba diver a vast playground. Cozumel is the Mexican Caribbean's largest island, 28 miles and 10 miles wide, and is located just 12 miles off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. It’s surrounded by the largest reef system in the western hemisphere, with abundant underwater sea life and brilliant colors. Although it is a diver’s mecca, even after decades as a popular vacation resort it remains a serene, quiet, and undiscovered piece of paradise. The climate is subtropical.
Cost of double occupancy is $1,895, and cost of a single is $2150. The fee includes: roundtrip airfare from San Francisco; 7 nights accommodations at Scuba Club Cozumel; all meals; 5 days of 2-tank morning boat dives; unlimited tanks for shire diving; complimentary gear locker (divers need to bring their own padlock); and hotel taxes. Cost for a non-diver is $1,650.
A $400 non-refundable deposit secures your spot on this trip. Price is subject to change until paid in full. Balance due 60 days prior to departure. For more information, please visit our website or phone us at 831-372-1685. ...Read More