Cozumel is an island that is standing at the eastern side of Mexico, opposite Playa del Carmen, in the western Caribbean Sea. It's the third largest island of Mexico. During Cozumel Carnival, taking place in for more than 140 years, the streets in San Miguel de Cozumel get quite busy with full of people.
If you are looking for a place with many interesting dive spots, Cozumel Island offers many of them. Along the north-eastern coast of the island, there are more than 25 dive spots. You could start scuba diving at Santa Rosa Wall. It is a dive spot, suitable for diver of any level of ability in a unique natural setting.
The spot of Sant Rosa Wall is a quite deep spot, dropping at 61 m/200 ft. The waters are crystal blue and the visibility is excellent. The temperature of the water averages at 27°C/80.6°F during all year round. You will definitely be impressed by the unique ecosystem. The rich marine life includes plenty of big fish as well as small fish. You will also have the opportunity to admire some of the largest and oldest corals in the whole world in many shapes and colors.
Cozumel has a tropical climate. The temperature is quite high during the whole year. More specifically, the temperature averages at 22.9°C/73.2°F in winter while during the summer months the temperature averages at 34°C/93.2°F. The wet season is long and lasts from May to December. Cozumel is considered to be one of the best dive spots in the western hemisphere. The conditions for diving at Santa Rosa Wall are ideal.