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Diving with Bull Sharks - Certification Needed

Have you ever thought of swimming with bull sharks? Diving with bull sharks in Cancun is a very popular activity as hundreds of these animals gather in this area to reproduce. Plan a safe, adrenaline-filled experience with these majestic creatures.

 

Quick Details

Included:

  • Scuba gear
  • Certified bilingual instructor
  • 45 min dive

Not included:

  • Transportation to the meeting point *Contact to quote.
  • Professional photography 85 USD *ONLY WITH PRIOR RESERVATION
  • Wetsuit rental 10 USD

Depth: 130 ft 

Hours: may vary

Duration: approx. 5 hrs 

Minimum age: 15 years

Starting point: Marina Aquafun, Blvd Kukulcan Km 16.261, Zona Hotelera, 77500 Cancún, Q.R., Mexico

This diving experience is only for people with advanced diving certification. 

 

About The Bull Sharks 

Bull sharks are fascinating and important predators named after their blunt snout, which gives them a bulldog-like appearance. Some might think that diving with sharks is a dangerous idea. But the truth is that bull sharks are not dangerous to humans as we do not belong to their food chain. That’s why shark attacks on divers are extremely rare and happen only when they find themselves in waters with low visibility. Accidents like this cannot happen when scuba diving in the Yucatan Peninsula thanks to the amazing water visibility.

So jump in the water with us and get out of your comfort zone!

 

FAQ’s

A1: Bull shark diving is an adrenaline-filled experience that involves diving with bull sharks and getting up close to these majestic creatures.

A2: Cancun is a popular destination for bull shark diving because of the area’s clear waters and high concentration of these apex predators.

A3: Participants must have a scuba diving certification and be at least 15 years old.

A4: Scuba diving with bull sharks in Cancun is a completely safe experience. Bull sharks are not dangerous to humans as we do not belong to their food chain. That’s why shark attacks on divers are extremely rare and happen only when they find themselves in waters with low visibility. Accidents like this cannot happen when scuba diving in the Yucatan Peninsula thanks to the amazing water visibility.

A5: The depth of the dive can vary, but most of our bull shark dives take place at a depth of around 130 feet.

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