DIVE IN CENOTE
Cenotes are flooded cavern systems formed by the typical crystalline underground rivers of the region. In these places you have the option of cavern diving where you will enjoy amazing stalactites, stalagmites and marine fossils. With a visibility of over 50 meters, the cenotes are a singular point of attraction and a must-do for any diver.
1. Transportation Playa del Carmen / Cenotes
2. Full cave certified guide
3. Admission fees
CATEGORY A: 2 cavern dives in the same cenote, taking two different routes. The majority of these cenotes are open, shallow and crystal clear ones. You can see light effects, mix between fresh and salt water, and rock formation (stalactites and stalagmites): Chac-Mool, Tajma-Ha, Chikin-Ha, Eden, Muyal-Ha.
CATEGORY B: Cenote Dos Ojos or 2 cavern dives in two different cenotes: Chac-Mool + Shallow Cenote, Chikin-Ha + Shallow Cenote, Eden + Shallow Cenote Muyal-Ha + Shallow Cenote, Tajma-Ha + Shallow Cenote. For this tour we need at least 2 divers.
CATEGORY C: 2 cavern dives in 2 different Cenotes. You could also go to deeper and less clear cenotes, like the Pit or Angelita, where the main attraction is the sulfure cloud and then you do the second dive in a shallow dive (Category A): Aktun Ha (Carwash) + Shallow Cenote, Calavera (Temple of Doom) + Shallow Cenote, Casa Cenote + Shallow Cenote, Angelita + Shallow Cenote, Pit + Shallow Cenote, Calavera (Temple of Doom) + Shallow Cenote. For this tour we need at least 4 experienced divers.
Check in 8:30 am – 2:00-3:00 pm depending on the Cenote
2 TANKS CENOTES
Category A: $130 USD (Non-diver: $75 USD)
Category B: $170 USD (Non-diver: $85 USD)
Category C: $190 USD (Non-diver: $95 USD) MIN. 4 PAX
Rental Equipment: $25 USD