Wow - this would be great - who makes it - where can you find it...most importantly how does it work.
I have a review up here
. Then I put up a little pictorial montage on YouTube here
. We had a blast - or rather I thought it was great. But I LOVE diving. This was easy diving with lots of stuff I hadn't seen before and even to a site that had never been dived before - saw 2 schools of squid, scrawled filefish, orangespotted filefish, branching anemone on and on. It was just a fantastic dive. And the funny thing is that they always started out ho-hum....you get in the water and look at the reef and think - this isn't special (I mean when I get in to Palanchar Bricks @ Cozumel, I gasp it's so beautiful), but this is ho-hum....then you see a funny looking file fish type thing go by and then the DM is having a conniption fit and you look up to see 30 squid going by, and all of a sudden you look into the reef and see some new clammy type thing glued onto a gorgonian and you're dying to see if it opens and closes, but all you can do is just go from side to side to see what the heck it is, and then a rock beauty comes by to investigate you!
It's an out-of-the way place and not easy to get to (4 hours south of Cancun). If they had flights to Akumal/Chetumal/Tulum or whatever then that would help a lot. It's close to Belize City, however you can't rent a car and go through country boundaries - something about the rental car companies don't allow that. So it's all the way to Cancun. Mahahual (pronounced ma-hu-al) was also bull's eye hit by Cat 5 Dean last year - so they're recovering from that. I really don't see that as much of a prob as the transportation to and from. And it's not that far so the transportation issue isn't all that big of a deal as say going to and from the l Course if it was easy it wouldn't be such a beautiful pristine reef.
It reminds me of what people said Cozumel was about 20 years ago....it will definitely grow and become more well known but for now I think it's a real find - I'd love to go back. I'd love to buy a place there now - it's cheap and will grow like crazy in the next 5 to 10 years!!!!