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COZUMEL OCTOBER 2017 Cozumel Scuba Trip – October 16-21, 2017

Trip Overview

Join us in Cozumel October 16-21, 2017, some of the most beautiful diving in the world at a very affordable price. We will stay at Hotel Cozumel and dive with Papa Hogs. We are also planning an optional dive day in the Cenotes on the Yucatan Peninsula and a tour of Tulum (not included in the costs, but actual costs for these optional activities will be around $200 additional pp).

Hotel Cozumel

Accommodations and Scuba Diving

 We will be hosted by Hotel Cozumel.  The trip is all inclusive (except airfare) and includes a 2 tank boat dive for three days. Also includes unlimited shore diving (so yes we will go night diving too). The food is buffet style and is fantastic and the rooms are very nice. The hotel boasts the largest swimming pool in Cozumel. Papa Hogs has fast boats and will get us to great diving spots that aren’t overrun with the cruise ship crowds. We can cater to all experience levels so come and dive with us.

Trip Costs

$785* per person (single occupancy) + Roundtrip Airfare ($555 for non-diver)
$605* per person (double occupancy)  + Roundtrip Airfare ($375 for non-diver)
$560* per person (triple occupancy) + Rountrip Airfare ($330 for non-diver)

*Cash price. There is a 3% surcharge if paid by credit card.

A $250 deposit ($125 non-refundable) is required per person to hold a spot. Space is limited. Single persons signing up may be subject to additional charges. Changes to package and cancellation penalties do exist. Travel insurance is highly recommended.

PAYMENT IN FULL DUE BY September 1, 2017

Not Included

  • Personal dive equipment
  • Open Water Certification ($170 for 4 certification dives and $100 for 2)
  • Roundtrip Air Transportation
  • Cenotes Dive (and transportation to this optional dive site)
  • Tulum Tour and/or other optional excursions
  • **As of March 15, 1999 – The National Marine Park (Parque Nacional de Cozumel) is charging each diver a user fee of $2 per day to scuba dive in the National Marine Park (where most of the reefs are).  The Park Fee will be collected by the Dive Operator you are diving with. The Dive Store will issue you a Park Bracelet good for One Day.


A valid passport that will not expire within 6 months of the return date. Special documentation requirements for children under 18.