SCUBA DIVING

- PADI Bubblemaker - Children: $39 (8+)

They will get the chance to experience scuba diving under the direct care and supervision of a PADI Pro. Take their first breaths underwater in water shallower than 2 m/6 ft and learn about and use scuba diving equipment. The skills learned in our PADI Bubblemaker kids scuba diving course create the perfect foundation for more advanced PADI courses.

- PADI Discover Scuba Dive - Adults: $39 (10+)

This is a half day adventure where you will learn a few skills with an instructor and then go on a shallow water dive with an instructor right beside you. This is an awesome way to see if Scuba is for you before committing to a full certification course.

- PADI Open Water Diver Certification - Adults: $480 (10+)

Referral Course (theory and pool work already completed) $325 (10+)

This is the beginning of your certified diver journey. This is your first step and you will be fully certified PADI open water diver to 60 feet for the rest of your life. During the course, our instructors will take you through proper diving preparation protocol, common problems and how to troubleshoot them on a dive, and how to stay safe while open water diving. The course involves at least five pool dives and at least four dives in local destinations around Vallarta.

- PADI Advanced Open Water Diver Certification - Adults: $385 (12+)

This is a great way to get more dives under your belt while continuing to learn under the supervision of your instructor. This course builds on what you've learned and develops new capabilities by introducing you to new activities and new ways to have fun scuba diving.

- PADI Rescue Diver Course - Adults: $410 (12+)

This is an advanced scuba diving course designed to give scuba divers the tools they need to prevent and address a series of common problems that may occur during a dive.

- PADI Emergency First Response - Adults: $130 (12+)

You’ll learn life saving first aid plus CPR skills and rescue breathing, along with basic life support, spinal injury management, shock prevention, spinal injury management, basic first aid and more.

- Two Tank Dives - Adults: $109 - $179 (12+)

Marietas Islands, Los Arcos, Las Caletas, El Morro, Chimo, Los Anegados, La Corenteña and Princesa Shipwreck.

Glide along an underwater mountain range that offers the perfect conditions for observing sharks, turtles, and other fascinating marine species that call the Marietas Islands Marine Reserve home.

The waters in The Los Arcos National Marine Park are some of the deepest in Banderas Bay and their depths conceal deep tunnels, caves, arches, teeming marine life like rays and sea turtles and a thriving reef.

Las Caletas is a private, protected beach located on the Southern shore of Banderas Bay. This shore dive will put you eye-to-eye with garden eels, jawfish, eagle rays, manta rays, large schools of colorful tropical fish and our resident sea turtle.

You know you’ve reached El Morro, an advanced dive site on the edge of Banderas Bay, when you set your sights on a dramatic series of rock pinnacles jutting out of the Pacific Ocean where you can dive walls, explore caves and traverse a 50-foot tunnel.

Chimo is a secluded fishing village located in the south of Banderas Bay. Its privileged location close to the edge of the bay, makes this unique dive site a rich environment for tropical fish and large pelagics like manta rays.

The relatively sheltered rocky bank at Los Anegados is peppered with caves and punctuated by intricate rock formations that are the perfect hiding spots for creatures both large and small, including moray eels, eagle rays and sometimes even nurse sharks.

La Corbeteña is an advanced dive site you don’t want to miss. 36 miles off the shore, you’ll find the rock that marks the spot where caves, arches, and steep walls await those underwater explorers experienced enough to cope with the sometimes challenging currents. Once you’re beneath the waves you’ll enjoy close encounters with huge schools of Jacks, giant rays, reef sharks, sailfish, marlin and whale sharks.

Shipwrecks attract divers who want to learn more about history, see a ship’s mechanisms in a whole new way or enjoy the artificial reefs that form when ships sink. The Princesa Shipwreck dive takes you to a cemetery of small shipwrecks near the Beach of Mismaloya and the remains of the ship Princess Vallarta.

Pricing

PADI Bubblemaker - Children: $39 (8+).

PADI Discover Scuba Dive - Adults: $39 (10+).

PADI Open Water Diver Certification - Adults: $480 (10+).
Referral Course (theory and pool work already completed) $325 (10+).

PADI Advanced Open Water Diver Certification - Adults: $385 (12+).

PADI Rescue Diver Course - Adults: $410 (12+).

PADI Emergency First Response - Adults: $130 (12+).

Two Tank Dives - Adults: $109 - $179 (12+).
Marietas Islands, Los Arcos, Las Caletas, El Morro, Chimo, Los Anegados, La Corenteña and Princesa Shipwreck.