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The diving in Playa del Carmen is decent. Mainly drift diving. You can observe big schools of fish. Jacks, blue tangs, sergeant majors, angel fish, trigger fish, butterfly fish, grunts, drum fish, spade fish, parrot fish, big barracuda’s, trunk fish, snappers, file fish, are some of the fish that are pretty common in Playa del Carmen. With a bit of luck, you’ll bump into an eagle ray, sting rays, lobsters, king crabs,… Read More

 With the tourism rising, Playa del Carmen has lost its charms of being “the little fisherman’s village, south of Cancun”. The village has preserved a village atmosphere. The main centre of Playa is “Avenida Quinta”, Fifth Avenue, a pedestrian street that consists of shops and bars. Which is perfect for shopping with a man ;o). That same street is parallel and just one block from the beautiful beach. The nightlife is truly… Read More

The bourgeoning international of Cancun, Playa de Carmen, Isla Mujeres and Cozumel overshadow the eastern coast of the Yucatan and the Sate of Quintana Roo. Resorts: you love them, hate them or simply enjoy the beautiful beaches, package tours and reliable restaurants. Diving in the area is popular, either of the coast of Isla Mujeres or Cozumel or in the underwater caves or cenotes found in the region. The Mayan ruins of… Read More