Puerto Vallarta tours Mexico offer’s many scuba diving sites for all levels of experience. So whether you want to try diving for the first time or have been diving for years, PV has something to offer. Take a look at the following scuba diving sites, Los Arcos, Mismaloya, Majahuitas, Islas Marietas, El Morro, El Chimo, for more information about Puerto Vallarta scuba diving.
PUERTO VALLARTA SCUBA DIVING COURSES
PV Sea Dive is a Padi Dive Resort No 22262 and we teach Padi scuba diving courses. There are many ways to learn scuba diving. You can do the whole course in Puerto Vallarta, or you can complete the book work at home or even complete your pool training as well. To complete your study online click padi.com and register for your required course. To complete your study and confined water training at home contact your local dive shop bring your referral form and do the openwater training here in Mexico. We also offer a try scuba diving experience, if you do not want to get certified. If you are interested in taking a diving course check out what we have to offer, scuba diver, openwater diver, adventure diver, advanced diver, rescue diver and specialties.
PUERTO VALLARTA DIVEMASTER INTERNSHIP
Ever thought of scuba diving as a career? You can with PV Sea Dive. We offer an all inclusive divemaster internship. Whether you have no scuba diving certification or are highly experienced, we have a package to suit you. All of the divemaster packages include 5 specialities, so after your pro dive training, you will have additional qualifications over and above the standard divemaster course. Our instructors have extensive experience in teaching divemasters as they previously worked at a career development center (CDC). Take a look at what we have to offer on our divemaster internship pages.
PUERTO VALLARTA SNORKELING
Snorkeling in Mexico around the islands off the coast of Puerto Vallarta offers a great day out for the family. There is a vast amount of tropical fish and coral for you to be amazed at.
PUERTO VALLARTA WHALE WATCHING
If you don’t fancy scuba diving or snorkeling then why not take a cruise around the coast of PV and search for the humpback whales. Banderas Bay here in Puerto Vallarta is where these beautiful creatures come to stay for the winter months, between December and March.
PUERTO VALLARTA SEA DIVE
PV Sea Dive is the newest dive shop in Puerto Vallarta. This means all of our scuba diving equipment is in fantastic condition and the service will be fresh and dynamic as we will go that extra mile to make your time with us memorable.
All scuba diving activities will be taken by either a Padi Staff Instructor or a Padi Master Instructor. We are a registered Padi dive resort, # 22262, so meet their safety requirements and teach to Padi standards. This means worldwide recognition of your training and scuba certification. All of our instructors have worldwide experience, are trained to the highest standards and have a passion and knowledge for the ocean and the strange creatures that live in it. So, diving with them will be safe, informative and fun. The Marieta Islands were originally formed many thousands of years ago by volcanic activity, and are completely uninhabited. The islands are about an hour long boat ride west-northwest from the coast of Puerto Vallarta and are visited daily by hundreds of tourists, yet no one can legally set foot on the islands. In the early 1900s the Mexican government began conducting military testing on the islands because no one lived there. Many bombings and large explosions took place on the islands causing amazing caves and rock formations to be created. After a massive international outcry, started by scientist Jacques Cousteau in the late 1960s, the government eventually decided to label the islands a national park and therefore protected against any fishing, hunting or human activity. As of now the only human activity that is legal near the islands is the snorkeling and kayaking tours that go there daily.