Cenote Chac Mool

Of the Most Visited Cenotes

QUICK DETAILS

Cenote Chac Mool

Chac Mool is one of the most visited cenotes in Cancun. We can do two or three different tank dives in this area, all of them with amazing views, incredible sunbeams, and shallows of no more than 42 feet in depth.

ITINERARY

On the first dive

We experience one of the best sunbeam spectacles in the Riviera Maya. The galleries are very well decorated with stunning stalactites and stalagmites

On the second dive

We emerge underground into an amazing air dome. The bats flying around and roots from the surface create a unique and surprising dive experience.

Don’t miss this cenote dive! It’s perfect for certified beginner divers.

The water temperature is around 76 degrees. We suggest the use of a long wetsuit (available for rent upon request).

Diver

$4,200.00 MXN

 Approx $210 USD

Solo Diver

$4,935.00 MXN​

Approx $246 USD

Extra dive in Playa del Carmen reefs

$1,450.56 MXN​

1 Additional hour
Approx $72USD

Included

Transportation

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

Related Tours & Courses

$2,200.00MXN / $110USD

Cancun is one of the best places to learn to scuba dive thanks to its clear conditions and beautiful, shallow reefs. Come learn to dive with Deep Life Divers!

$2,580.00MXN / $130USD

Go diving over two WWII shipwrecks in the Cancun area. This is an advanced dive at depths of 85 feet with a chance to see moray eels, groupers, and more.

$4,410.00MXN / $220USD

Dos Ojos is one of the top 10 longest underwater cave systems in the world. With a lot of stalactite formations, diving here is similar to dark cave diving.