Cenote Calavera and Eden Garden

Discover two popular Cenotes


Dive at Cenotes Calavera and Car Wash

Discover two popular cenotes, Calavera and Car Wash!

Cenote Calavera, which means “Skull Cave” is also known as “Temple of Doom.” To enter, we pass through a hole on the rocky surface. The cavern area is huge, with big rocks in the center. As you look up, with a little imagination, you might recognize the skull.

The second cenote dive is at Garden of Eden, an amazing open Cenote great for swimmers, snorkelers and of course divers, with a width of more than 50 meters/150 feet in the open area. There is also a cliff for jumping with a near 12-foot jump, as well as a tree that people jump of off that is even higher.

In the middle of the cenote are rocks were that once part of the top of the cenote that are now submerged about 1 foot underwater. This make for a nice place to rest and snorkel. The cavern is spectacular with amazing lights


$4,360.00 MXN

 Approx $218 USD

Solo Diver

$5,123.00 MXN​

Approx $256 USD

Extra dive in Playa del Carmen reefs

$1,310.56 MXN

1 Additional hour
Approx $65 USD



Round-trip transportation is included from any hotel in Cancun or Riviera Maya.

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