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PACIFIC COAST OF MEXICO






Acapulco Scuba Center
Tlacopanocha 13 y 14, Paseo del Pescador, Centro. Acapulco, Mexico.
C.P. 39300
Ph. (744) 482 94 74 Ph. (744) 4 80 19 62
Fax. (744) 4 82 94 74
reserve@acapulcoscuba.com
http://www.acapulcoscuba.com
PADI & NAUI Certification Courses. If you are an experienced diver then you know how important it is to Dive with the very best equipment and crew. 20 years of experience.



About Mexico's Pacific Coast

Best known as the Mexican Riviera, the Pacific Coast boasts some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. But don't believe there is no diving here. There are a number of good dive centers with the local knowledge to team you up with a great experience. The best season to dive in Mexico's Pacific coast is between August to February. From March to July the visibility is reduced from plankton blooms.

Southern Coast - Acapulco to Salina Cruz
There are many interesting places to dive in this region such as sunken ships, walls, sea mountains, Roqueta Island (shallow & calm dives near Acapulco), caves (rock formations) and more. You can find sandy and rock bottom with small coral formations, sea fans, barnacles, gorgonians, sea stars, trumpet fishes, jacks, mackerel, sea horses, eels, sea snakes and sometimes turtles, whale sharks and mantarrays depending on the season.

Northern Coast - Mazatlan to Manzanillo
Los Arcos is an underwater park and eco-reserve in the Puerto Vallarta area that sports some of the best twilight diving along the coast of Banderas Bay. During the day, the paradise hideaway of Las Caletas combines scuba diving with the luxury of relaxing on one of Mexico's most beautiful beaches. Just off the northern coast of Banderas Bay, the Marietas Island Marine Reserve is one of the most popular areas in the Mexican Pacific for both experienced and first-time scuba divers. The blue waters of the Pacific also offer certified divers the opportunity to dive the caves and tunnels of El Morro, and to explore the arches and steep walls of Corbeteña.

Climate - year round averages high 89F 31C Low 78F 25C
78 - 83F 25 - 28C but thermoclines can be found with temperatures as low as 65F 18C
Visibility 50 - 80 ft 16 - 27m

Getting There

Airlines serving the "Mexican Riviera" with direct flights from USA, Canada and other Mexico cities.

Aerocalafia
Aeroméxico
Alaska Airlines
Air Canada
American Airlines
Delta Air Lines
Frontier Airlines
InterJet
Magnicharters
Sun Country Airlines
United
US Airways
Virgin
VivaAerobus
Volaris
West Jet Airlines

Entry Requirements

A valid passport is required for foreigners to enter Mexico as tourists.
Tourist entry visa or card
The Tourist card - Form FMT or the Tourist entry Visa are necessary if is intended to travel farther than the border zone and when you intend to stay in Mexico for more than 72 hours.

 
 

 


 










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