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Oceanographic Monitoring at Xcalak

The Mexican Caribbean is recognized worldwide due to its spectacular reef scenic values, high biodiversity, tourism-economic incomes, and current social pressure drivers. Thus, oceanographic research in this important area is needed. At El Colegio de la Frontera Sur (ECOSUR-Chetumal), a Public Research Center of the

AWARE Week 2020

At XTC we pride ourselves on trying to be a responsible dive center… we are people that care about the planet (in particular a healthy ocean) and we do our best to be as sustainable as possible and minimize our impact on the environment. No,

Being AWARE!

Now, more than ever, it seems that our eyes have been opened to the plight of the oceans. The human race has continued to use the planet’s resources and carry on their way of life without consideration to what they are doing to the planet.

How We Do Our Part for Marine Conservation!

by Scott Weinbrech As the only dive center operating in Xcalak, we are very fortunate indeed.  The exclusive access to the marine park is amazing.  We get the chance to see parts of the underwater world that few others do.  However, since we are the

5 Fun Facts About Manatees…

At XTC we are so lucky to have several dive sites where it is possible to encounter manatees. We love manatees and wanted to give you some fun facts about them: It is thought that Sailors travelling at sea saw Manatees and mistook them for

What is Diving in Xcalak Like?

By Scott Weihbrecht Imagine you are hiking in the middle of a forest on a beautiful Spring day. At the beginning you still can see the town that you left and you can still hear some traffic on the roads, but as you walk further

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