You can Count on Fantastic Diving in Cozumel in February. And why is that? One of the reasons is Eagle Ray Season! The Eagle Rays are in Cozumel every February and March to mate and eat, so it is a great time to dive. You can also see Eagle Rays in the spring and summer, but it is a rare sighting as Eagle Rays prefer water temperatures under 80 degrees. With climate change, the summer water temperatures are 83-85 degrees. Of course, diving in Cozumel is always worthwhile.
You can bank on seeing Eagle Rays in February and into March, and you never know where they might be! They could be in deep or shallow waters, but it is always exciting to see those adorable “smiling” faces. Be sure to check out my video from YouTube, embedded below to get the full majesty of these amazing rays!
Of course, there are plenty of fishes in the sea in Cozumel, and the truth is that diving is great all year around. Check out some fishy friends!
The next diving in Cozumel post will be critters!