Vallarta Dive Sites
Puerto Vallarta scuba diving offers incredible underwater experiences for every level diver, from novice to advanced. Choose from our daily trips to all the most popular dive spots, or let us customize a personal scuba trip for you and your friends and family.
Los Arcos is world famous, so it's our most popular dive trip. You'll see why the minute you hit the water- gorgeous, stunning underwater rock arches in depths ranging from 25 to 65 feet. Discover the dramatic Devil's Canyon, which drops off to 1500 feet!
Choose your own way to dive Los Arcos: want to try something new and avoid the crowds? Join us for a night dive. Dive in a bio-luminescent world of eels, lobsters and octopus. During the day, divers will encounter large schools of tropical fish. Either way, diving Los Arcos is a must!
Dive rock walls at a secluded spot in the Bay of Banderas and discover marine life like eels, morays, turtles and tropical fish. You won't see crowds at this spot. The beautiful white sandy beach is accessible only by boat, so indulge in your tropical paradise dreams at Majahuitas!
Diving at the base of submerged volcanic islands makes for an awesome, exotic dive on you Puerto Vallarta vacation. Marietas Islands are located 20 miles from Puerto Vallarta. Dive caves and come face to face with magnificent Pacific Manta rays and huge schools of tropical fish known to inhabit this site. Check out the varieties of hard coral too- there's so much to see!
One of the last remaining old fishing villages on the Bay of Banderas, Chimo is located 25 miles from Puerto Vallarta. If you have more than 30 dives under your belt, join us for diving this unique spot. An underwater pinnacle-covered plateau dubbed Torrecillas has a diameter of a quarter mile! The formations at Chimo will make you want to visit El Chimo again and again.
For this exciting dive, we head northwest into the Mexican Pacific, about twenty five miles from Puerto Vallarta. Divers with more than fifty logged dives can join us for diving this amazing underwater peak. Divers can enter a tunnel at 100 feet and travel through it to the 60 foot depth for a truly exciting dive experience!