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A list of the best rated dive movies in Mexico.

Socorro Islands

Rated 5.0, 1 votes

The Socorro Islands are located more than 300 kilometers southwest of Cabo San Lucas. Uninhabited, except for a naval base, they have been called by many the "Mexican Galapagos". Home to whitetip, blacktip, Galapagos, tiger and schooling hammerhead sharks this is an area for experienced divers only. Giant Mantas with five meter wingspans are everywhere! Besides 100 lb. tuna and schools of endless game fish, there are many exotic species of reef fish endemic to these islands and nowhere...

Los Islotes

Rated 5.0, 1 votes

The dive site Los Islotes is situated half a mile north of Isla Espiritu Santo. There you find two large rock islets one of which is a natural arch. Diving through the centre of this natural rock formation brimming with life one can expect to see dense schools of sardines, blue and gold King Angel Fish and yellow surgeon fish amongst golden cup corals. These islets are home to a colony of over 200 Californian Brown Sea lions. These inquisitive creatures take great interest in those visiting the...

Underwater Sculptural Museum

Rated 5.0, 1 votes

The newest and most spectacular addition to Cancun is the Underwater Sculpture Museum. In 2009 the first steps of a monumental underwater sculptural museum were formed in the surrounding waters of Cancun, Isla Mujeres and Punta Nizuc. The project will eventually consist of 400 life-size sculptures and will form a complex reef structure for marine life to colonise and inhabit. Each of the sculptures will be made from specialized materials used to promote coral life, with the total installation o...

Holbox Island

Rated 5.0, 1 votes

Holbox Island or Isla Holbox is a 25km long island just northwest of Cancun. It is named after a small lagoon on the south side of the island which bottom is pitch black, hence its translation as 'black hole'. It is known as a quiet fishermen's island although tourism is catching up and some guesthouses and resorts are currently being built. The main town Holbox Village is a nice place to wander around, with very nice white beaches, relaxing cocktail bars, excellent fresh seafood dining and grea...

Playa del Carmen

Rated 4.5, 2 votes

Playa del Carmen (Xaman Ha' or Playa) is a lovely beach town on the Caribbean coast of Mexico. It used to be a small fishing town but nowadays has turned into a tourist resort paradise with as many locals as foreigners. Avenue Juarez or Avenue Principal is the main road in Playa and offers many hotels, excellent bars, clubs and restaurants of all styles and in all price classes. There are simple hammocks for rent, hostels, bungalows up to luxury condos and villas. There are many other tours...