Multi Day Dive Packages

Multi Day Dive Packages

AM (9am – 1pm) or PM (2pm – 6pm)

3-4 Days - $95 USD/day
5+ Days - $90 USD/day

The more you dive, the cheaper it is! Starting at $95 USD per day for 3 or 4 two-tank dive trips, and down to $90 USD per day for 5 or more two-tank dive trips, booking multi-day dive packages with Blue Project Cozumel is a great value. Blue Project will try to show you different dive sites every day to show you all the wonders around Cozumel.

Days Include

Tanks & weights
Fruit & snacks
Purified water & juice

Equipment Rental

No gear, No problem

Full Set Scuba Gear

$30 USD per day ($25 USD per day if you rent for 3 days or more)


Individual Piece Of Equipment

$10 USD each per day (BCD, regulator, wetsuit, dive computer, dive light or snorkel set)


Any Two Pieces Of Equipment

$15 USD


Snorkel Set

$15 USD (includes mask, snorkel and fins)


  • All prices are in US dollars.
  • Prices do not include the $5 USD per day Marine Park entrance fee.
  • All prices are cash payment or, subject to 5% PayPal fee + taxes

Recommended Accommodations

Casa Sunshine

Casa Sunshine was constructed in 2015 and offers the finest interior and top-quality finishes with the traveler’s comfort in mind. Enjoy lush gardens, a private courtyard entrance, and a sparkling pool with a cascading waterfall. Your Cozumel vacation will be the relaxing paradise you love, away from the crowds in your own private house! Shopping, restaurants, beaches, and more are all close by. Enjoy the true essence of Cozumel at Casa Sunshine.

Hotel Xiknal

Xiknal is the refuge of what has value. Life on pause, a rest and a caress to continue flying. That which was, you have here.

In the Mexican tradition, if a hummingbird appears before you, they believe that he is a loved one who has left and comes to remind you that he is by your side. In Xiknal, great-grandmother Vicenta flutters through the flowers in the garden in the form of a hummingbird with a green belly.

When Rosalba decided to come, a magical energy pulled her. She had the dream of creating a home and a decisive challenge of spiritual growth. In her mind, since she was little, she had recorded her experiences with her great-grandmother Vicenta. She wanted to share, give and learn to receive. Arriving from Guanajuato, she took flight in search of her freedom and, after a hard road, she found and received with open arms a space to tell her story.

Months later, Balthasar joined his wife and they both began a new challenge. With Rosalba’s enthusiasm, they built with four hands and two hearts a wonderful home to embrace the soul.

Xiknal is flight, freedom, passion, love. Each stone, each plant, has life in its pores.