Diving in the wrecks of the Caribbean is an incredible experience, with a huge historical and archaeological interest, as each shipwreck hides its own secrets.
Besides, the shipwrecks of the Caribbean offer another great attraction for diving enthusiasts. Marine life develops around these shipwrecks, turning them into artificial reefs.
Fish, plants and other marine creatures conquer the old surfaces from bow to stern. They change cabins, masts and decks, to improvised underwater gardens. The corners of the wrecks of the Caribbean offer shelter and protection to small fish. In addition, green and brown eels hide in wreck holes.
Some of the most famous wrecks in Mexico's Caribbean are Mama Viña (in Playa del Carmen), C53 Felipe Xicotencatl (in Cozumel), and C56 Juan Escutia (in Puerto Morelos).