2 Cenote Dives & Mayan Ruins

Awesome cenote Dive Tour Combination & Mayan Ruins

Cenote Diving and the Mayan ruins at Tulum or Coba is a great combination-. Tulum mayan ruins visit is about 70 minutes . Coba Mayan ruins visit takes around one hour and 30 minutes  .

Once we are done with the Mayan ruins visit, we heading directo  to dive the Cenotes . Cenote dives around the area of Tulum.

You Can Choose from any Cenote you like and fits on your dive level.

No matter you choose to dive Cenote Dos Ojos ,  Cenote Taj Ma Ha, or the deep Cenote like the Pit will do everything for you to have  a great day.  Each Place You Choose, The Option You Prefer Include Two Different Dives.

Tulum Ruins is located close Tulum down town, the site is situated in the beach, this place  was a seaport,  cliffs above the turquoise splendor of the crashing Caribbean, the only Mayan city built on the coast.

Cobá was one of the most important ruin sites on the Yucatan Peninsula. Coba means surrounded by two large lagoons. This place has 120 steps lead up to the top of the Nohoch Mul pyramid, and reaches 137 feet in height. This is the tallest temple pyramid on the Yucatan Peninsula.

Chichen Itza has 91 steps leading up to the top of the Kulkulkan Pyramid just to compare the heigh and magnificent view it has.


 Snorkels Welcome

Ruins entrance are included


Light Lunch and SCUBA Gear Included

Tickets Included
We Pay For Your Tickets and the Train to The Mayan Ruins

Arriving To Dive The Cenotes

Arriving the place you choose to dive , our team will help you on prepare everything before dives.

Your instructor will teach you everything  before this dives, where the bathrooms are located, all this before your dive briefing.

Two or 3 tank dives depending on the place you select for this dive day.

If You Choose Dos Ojos

Great Choice

Dos Ojos remains in the top 10 longest underwater cave systems in the world. is exceptionally clear. few varieties of fish living in the cavern and two types of freshwater shrimp sometimes we can find. A lot of stalactites formations , the bat cave is similar to a real cave diving just with the air exit 3 Ft from us. Fresh water mix with Saltwater (Halocline). Water temperature is 77°F. The whole family can find something to do in the water here. One of the most rewarding snorkeling areas for adventurers of all ages.

 

$55usd more  /per person for Tulum ruins

$75usd more  /per person for Coba ruins Visit 

$95usd more  /per person for visit both Mayan sites

What is included in the tour
  • Cenote Dive and Mayan Ruins visit 
  • Lunch bagguestes or Tacos for lunch
  • 2 or 3 different Cenote dives 
  • Round trip transporation in our own Vans
  • Small Groups – 1:2 – 1:4
  • Personal dive Instructor
  • Drinks 

  • Scuba Gear included
What makes this tour special
  • Well equipped safety gears and instructions provided to divers for a comfortable experience
  • Photos and videos of your trip will be shared with you
  • Optional underwater pictures and video for an extra cost.

Eduardo was my office contact and made the reservations super easy.  The cenotes were beautiful and I hope to come back one day with my son. I would definitely use Deep Life Divers again.

I did 3 dives in one day including one deep dive (The Pit) and two shallow dives at Dos Ojos

Shane B

What an awesome company to go diving with! Firstly the booking experience was effortless, including organising payment while not in the country. 

 The fact one of us was learning while 2 of us were already certified was handled in a way that meant we still had a full dive experience with out any wasted time. 

Luke C

Diving with DeepLife was an absolute joy. We booked after arriving on holiday in Cancun and Eduardo was very helpful and responsive on booking emails and arranging transport.
We completed two dives with Berto, who was a joy. I am an open water diver and my partner a Dive Master so it was important to get dives that were suitable for both our skill set and DeepDive did just that.

Chloé T

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