Learn to Scuba Dive – Beginner Resort Scuba Course in Puerto Vallarta

Learn to Dive - Beginner Resort Scuba CourseHave you ever dreamed of seeing the marvels of the underwater world? Would you like the opportunity to explore the spectacular variety of underwater reefs, rock formations and colorful sea life found in the Bay of Banderas and the Mexican Pacific, but don’t know how? Learn how to scuba dive on this easy, safe and fast resort scuba diving course while vacationing in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

Learn to Dive – Beginner Resort Scuba Course

On your next vacation to Puerto Vallarta, learn to scuba dive in two easy lessons!  Designed as an introductory program, these scuba lessons permit anyone over the age of 10 to experience scuba diving easily, and safely.

On Day 1, the initial scuba lesson takes place at a predetermined resort and is instructed by a certified professional scuba diving instructor.  The lesson is planned to prepare you for the following day, where you are brought for your first real scuba experience at the Marietas Islands or Las Caletas.

On Day 2,  a 1-tank scuba diving trip to either Las Caletas or Marietas Islands is scheduled:

 Las Caletas
This remote beach is accessible only by sea.  It is known as one of Puerto Vallarta’s most beautiful tropical hideaways.  However, it is what Las Caletas offers underwater that makes this one of Mexico’s finest scuba diving locations along the Pacific Coast.  Las Caletas boasts a natural reef that is home to a complex and rare ecosystem including various species of sealife, vibrant tropical fish, friendly giant Manta Rays, and more.  some of the finest scuba diving on the Pacific coast of Mexico.

Marietas Islands
This island was originally made famous by Jacques Cousteau in the 1970’s, the Marietas Islands marks the entrance to Puerto Vallarta’s Banderas Bay.  The Marietas Islands Marine Reserve is climbing the charts as one of the more popular scuba diving locations in Western Mexico and provides a unique underwater experience because it is actually part of a grand underwater mountain range that peaks above the ocean’s surface. 

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