Unique Dive Excursions in Mexico
The Maui whale season is here, Banyan Tree Divers Maui is at our busiest time of the year, and yet our team still dreams of the next perfect scuba diving vacation. We are always looking for a truly unique underwater experience, free from crowds and priced-right. So, has anyone else been thinking about dive excursions in Mexico?
We found the answer for a dream dive excursion to be a dive shop in Mexico called Nomad Diving. They are diving professionals that guide tours looking for big fish and fast currents. So, the next time Banyan Tree Divers leaves Hawaii, we want to scuba dive with animals that we have yet to encounter. Nomad Diving says they make these dreams happen. Book a dive trip in Mexico to see an elusive Striped Marlin (pictured above), Orca, or even a Great White Shark.
Unique Dive Excursions
Nomad Diving offers various dive excursions and snorkel adventures throughout the year at different locations around Mexico and the Caribbean. They monitor migration patterns and travel to the best places with the likelihood of encountering specific animals. Want to see sailfish in Isla Mujeres? Make sure you get time off in February. Have you always dreamed of a manta ray encounter? Then block off May 9th – 17th of 2018 and head to the Soccoro Islands, Mexico. For all of you thrill-seeking divers, head to Guadalupe Island at the end of October to see great white sharks!
Many of the dive excursions they offer feature sea life that is not often encountered by divers. Their most recent blog post features a dive and snorkel excursion in search of the noteworthy striped marlin. These magnificent creatures get heavily overfished, and local fishing boat captains often lament that they must travel farther and farther out to sea to find them these days. The potential to swim with one is priceless.
For more information on Nomad Diving dive and snorkel adventures in Mexico and beyond, be sure to visit their website and see what they have planned for the coming year. Banyan Tree Divers hopes to visit them soon!