Divers from all over the world choose Scuba Garrido because we have the most experienced team of Instructors, Dive Masters and Captains on the island of Isla Mujeres. Our team offers you over 100 years of combined experience teaching and diving in the areas of Isla Mujeres and the Riviera Maya! Join us and you'll see why our customers return year after year for another incredible Scuba Diving Adventure.
Scuba Garrido Scuba Center in Isla Mujeres is family owned and has been providing Scuba Diving and PADI dive training operating since 1999. Our top priority is your scuba diving enjoyment and safety.
Our scuba diving trips are for small groups, so we can offer a personal and safe diving experience. Our dive boats meet all international coast guard safety specifications and are comfortable, reliable and never too crowded. Plus, you'll appreciate our attention to detail and all the little extras we provide for you.
Whether you are a Dive Master, Certified Open Water Diver or just a beginner looking for your first diving experience, you'll find Scuba Garrido Dive Shop provides a wide selection of Scuba Diving services, PADI Courses and snorkeling tours here in Isla Mujeres with something for everyone.
Come scuba dive in Isla Mujeres and take advantage of the incredible diving at the world's second largest barrier reef located in the crystal clear, turquoise waters of the Mexican Caribbean. Isla Mujeres has an incredible world of underwater beauty and is one of the top destinations in the world for scuba diving.
Isla Mujeres scuba diving is famous because of its shallow reefs alive with the dazzling colors of fish and coral. Diving in Isla Mujeres offers spectacular scuba diving and a unique experience for divers of all levels.
Scuba Garrido, in Isla Mujeres, offers four different types of incredible Scuba Diving in one destination. You may choose reef diving, wreck diving or cenote diving.
Cenote diving is a specialty of this region and Scuba Garrido specializes in this type of diving. There are two different types of cenote diving. One type is called cave diving and where you swim beyond the reach of natural sunlight. The other type is cavern diving where you stay within sight of natural light.