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Welcome to Blue Experience
Blue Experience welcomes you to Akumal and the Riviera Maya with it’s white-sand beaches, clear warm waters of the Mexican Caribbean and the magical Mexican Cenotes. Come and discover the wonderful Underwater World of the Riviera Maya with us in Turtle Paradise!
Join Blue Experience to explore the Second Largest Barrier Reef in the world! Here at Akumal you will be able to explore the amazing sea life, sponges, corals, and the famous Mexican Cenotes. Join us on our daily diving tours and live the dream in the calm clear waters of the local bays or the crystal clear fresh water of the cenotes.
Blue Experience has been operating here in Akumal for over 15 years now, and we still feel the excitement of sharing with you the outstanding diving experiences that the Riviera Maya region has to offer. From grumpy turtles in the reefs of the beautiful Akumal Bay protected area, up to the excitement of diving in the crystal clear water of an ancient Mayan cenote or a millenary cave, our highly trained multilingual staff of fully certified PADI dive instructors are always more than happy to assist, have a chat and learn from all of our diving buddies. For us every dive is a new life changing opportunity to be amazed.
Blue Experience are situated right in the heart of the Riviera Maya at the Grand Sirenis complex in Plaza Xaac, approximately half way between the busy town of Playa Del Carmen and the Mayan ruins of Tulum, about 1 hour south of Cancun airport.
Welcome to what is considered to be the Second Largest Barrier Reef in the world here at Akumal. A huge variety of sea life and varied underwater sceneries await you on the daily "2 tank" dives with Blue Experience. From 10-12m (35-45ft) down to 25-30m (80-100ft) there are many canyons and large coral formations, ideal for finding turtles, morays, lion fish and much more.
The Riviera Maya is a scuba divers paradise. The 4 bays that make up the Akumal area are bordered by what is commonly considered the 2nd largest barrier reef in the western Hemisphere...
Blue Experience offers half day or full day dive tours to Cozumel or the C 56 Wreck as well as snorkeling with the Whale Sharks.
Not only is Akumal blessed with some wonderful Ocean diving but we also have the Magical Mexican Cenotes right here on our doorstep.
Come and join us on our adventures and become a diver. Blue Experience offer a full range of PADI courses to cater for everyone from your first breath underwater right up to Divemaster.
Here you can find out how we came to live our dream and dive in the warm waters of Akumal a small village in the Mexican Caribbean. Discover, Learn and Enjoy the Underwater World and Diving in Akumal with its large variety of fish life!
There are many wonderful animals that surround the Riviera Maya, our favorites of course are the underwater species that you only get to witness in your dive! We want you to experience them too.
Before jumping into the water, you have to make sure you're prepared to get your PADI Certification. But it's nothing to worry about, here you'll find everything you need to prepare from the comfort of your home!
Is Akumal one of Mexico’s best kept diving secret?
In this week's blog post we want to share with you some of our thoughts after the first reopening weeks.
Have you imagined what it is like to dive? Before you say it might not be for you, check out these 5 reasons that could immediately lead you overboard.
Come and join us on our most recent journey to Cenote Angelita! Because as many of you know, we're finally back diving in Akumal, and it's just beautiful these days
The Riviera Maya is a chance to visit another worlds, one that is so close to ours in distance but so very far from ours in likeness.
Cenotes are places of great calm, most of them inside of the jungle, and diving into them is a beautiful and relaxing experience that changes the perspective of traditional scuba diving in the ocean.