Bull Shark spot is situated in the eastern side of Playa del Carmen, in the east Mexico. Playa del Carmen belongs to Quintana Roo state and it is about an hour far away from Cancun, in Yucatan Peninsula.
Bull Shark Spot is a quite difficult spot that only experienced divers could go for it. In November, bull sharks visit this place to spend the winter. Divers could enjoy this amazing experience from November until the end of February, when bull sharks migrate to the north. You may have the chance to get up, close and personal with these magnificent and, of course, scary creatures. It’s an absolutely safe dive site. The only thing that you have to do is to follow the advices of the experienced instructors.
The maximum depth is at about 40 m/131.2 ft while the average depth of this dive site is at 20 m/65.6 ft. The underwater visibility averages from 5 m/16.4 ft to 10 m/32.8 ft because of the knots. The wider area of Playa del Carmen has a sub-tropical climate. That means that weather is quite warm throughout the year. The annual average temperature is at about 27°C/80°F. During the hurricane period that lasts from September to October, the weather is rainy and windy. Shark diving at Bull Shark spot is an amazing experience that nobody should miss.