Dive into the crystal clear water of the Yucatan cenotes
Take a look into the two different cenote dives involved on this beautiful dives. Choose between the different Cavern dives and Cave dives options for you.
The Yucatan Peninsula is a huge limestone platform where fresh wáter runs like rivers through underground cave systems. Part of this collapsed sites where after the last ice age more than 10,000 years ago, creating sinkholes called CENOTES, derived from the Mayan word “Dzonot” which means sacred well
Cenote Diving Tulum
Cenote diving in Mexico is one of the best scuba experiences you can have anywhere in the world. You might not see as much life, but the underground formations, the sunbeam lights are astounding. Cenotes usually offer perfect dive conditions such as crystal clear water , almost current free and the best visibility you could ever imagine to appreciate the beauty that it has to offer.
Cenotes usually offer perfect dive conditions
Crystal clear waters, almost current free and the best visibility you could ever imagine to appreciate the beauty that it has to offer
(Cenote diving) To dive the natural daylight zone or cavern zone no special dive gear or training is needed besides a dive light. Open water diver certification and our Full Cave guide is need it. Also you will get some pre information of how to make the frog kick so you don’t stir up all the cave silt and make the visibility low for other divers.
If you like to dive into the dark zone or Cave zone then you need special dive equipment and Cave diver training that starts with the Intro to cave diver level and finish with the Full Cave Diver level. (We can give you all this courses).
Even until today, nobody knows exactly how long this Cave Systems are (and that is the beauty of it). This are some thinks you will find on this dives. No matter are Cavern or Cave dives, halocline is the precise layer where the fresh water and the salt water are meeting. If you stay above it you will have the feeling to literally fly over a river.