01/23/2020 - 01/28/2020
Where we are diving
Join our Trip Leaders Joe Fuller and Megan Oswald in Cozumel for a great dive getaway – friendly locals, good food, lively nightspots, warm water, great visibility and white sandy beaches. Most dive sites are found within the national marine park, where you can find 26 types of coral, with more than 100 subspecies, and more than 500 fish species, including the endemic splendid toadfish and loggerhead, hawksbill and green turtles. The dive sites are a short 5-15-minute boat ride away. From shallow dives to secluded, seldom visited, current-swept dives, there’s a dive for everyone. Just relax and enjoy the drift diving experience.
Where we are staying
Fiesta Americana, an all-inclusive contemporary beach resort, is set on Cozumel’s southwestern edge, close to the island’s best dive sites, and just a few miles from the action of downtown. The resort has a beautiful outdoor pool, fitness center, seven restaurants and several bars. Plus, for the fitness-minded, there are aerobics classes, yoga classes and bicycles onsite. The picturesque seaside resort is surrounded by a lush tropical forest and is fronted by a private beach club with snorkeling, over-water sunbeds, and a boat dock. The full-service day spa offers the chance to treat yourself. All rooms include balconies or terraces and free wifi.
Learn more about the accommodations from the resort website.
- From Omaha: $2,110 per diver
- From Springfield: $2,040 per diver
- From North Liberty: $2,100 per diver
- From Madison: $1,380 per diver*
Deposit and payments
- $500 deposit due upon sign up
- $500 due October 1, 2019
- Full payment due December 1, 2019
- Non-diver: $1,520 from Omaha; $1,460 from Springfield; $1,520 from North Liberty; $790 ground only from Madison
- Prices are based upon double occupancy
- All payments are non-refundable
- Prices are subject to change due to events outside of our control
- Waves, Tides, and Currents
- Night Diving
- Boat Diving
- Safety sausage and reel
- GoBe Wide 850 light
- Mesh bag
What prior travelers say
“Fiesta Americana and Dive House are sure to please. I am already planning my next trip back. Fiesta Americana has seven restaurants to choose from, all rooms have an ocean view, there is a swim up bar, and everything is included. It is perfect for families, couples, or the single diver! Dive House continues to impress me with their ability to find the best creatures, best dive sites perfect for our group, and the valet diving is hard to beat. Everyday upon returning to the dock the staff grabbed my equipment, washed it, store it for the night, and it was right back in my spot for me the next day. I cannot say enough great things about staying and diving with Fiesta Americana and Dive House.”
Know before you go
No adapters required, if you’re visiting from the Unites States. Cozumel operates on 110 V.
Be sure to bring it with you! Mosquitos are mostly active in the early morning hours and around sundown.
Although the water that comes out of the faucet on Cozumel is in fact potable, that doesn’t necessarily mean that you should drink it. While it’s okay to bathe in (just be careful not to get it in your mouth), use bottled water for absolutely everything else.
You may use your credit cards in most stores and restaurants. Just remember that the charge will be made in pesos and your bank will charge you in dollars. It’s also important to know how much you are being charged before paying.
1 Mexican Peso equals 0.0549 US Dollar. So, 20 MXN is about 1 USD.
Cozumel is part of one of the hottest, most tropical climates in Mexico. With average temperatures of 80°F and cool breezy nights at a low average of 70°F. Water temperatures range from 78°F – 82°F throughout the year.
The newly renovated rooms have been furnished with either one king size bed or two double beds, bottle water, flat screen TV, radio/alarm-clock, safety deposit box, iron, and ironing board. All bathrooms are marble finish with a shower and bathtub, hairdryer and toiletries. All rooms are also non-smoking.