Gustavo Dietz Moch was the first to discover the cenote of Punta Laguna with more than 80 skeletons inside (it is documented), since then he makes excursions and tours to dive in cenotes of Tulum and the Riviera Maya.
Cenotes are famous all over the planet. The Deep Mexico excursion to dive in Cenotes will take you to two of the most impressive Cenotes and will make you want to repeat this experience in other different cenotes.
In these cenotes and caverns, visibility can reach up to 200 feet / 60 meters, it will give you the impression that you will be floating in the air! While diving, you will see how the sun’s rays penetrate the water, creating a light show and the haloclines will give you an illusion and mystery feeling. You will be able to admire the impressive formations of stalactites and stalagmites slowly created by the passage of time, it is a privilege for anyone who spends their vacations in the Riviera Maya.
Our Cenote tour will take you to dive to the caverns, which are suitable for those divers who already have a diving certification, the caves are only available for more experienced divers.
You can enjoy diving in the cenotes without the need for specialized equipment, as long as it is accompanied by one of our guides and has good buoyancy control.
Frequency : Every day leaving in the morning from your hotel. Service contracted with 24 hours prior to departure.
Cenote diving in Yucatan is an experience that cannot be overlooked. Discover the enigmatic kingdom of Chac, god of water and the underground world practicing the interesting and magical cave diving.
The Yucatan Peninsula is a large plain of limestone and cavernous rock where the maximum elevation does not exceed 50 meters above sea level. The lack of mountains and other elevations causes that the water does not form currents, therefore in the Yucatan Peninsula there are no surface rivers. The rainwater penetrates the limestone rock of permeable nature forming deposits and underground currents.
Erosion effects beneath the earth’s surface formed intricate caverns and tunnels. In some cases the erosion was so severe that it caused the roof to collapse exposing the river to the outside in certain areas that the Maya have called “cenotes” for hundreds of years.
Recently, these oases in the jungle began to reveal their secrets to expert cavers, archaeologists and geologists, who gradually unravel the history, both natural and human, and have discovered that it is an infinite network of interconnected tunnels, admiring their beautiful formations of stalactites and stalagmites
Today many cenotes open to the general public to visit and certified divers to explore.
The cave diving is carried out all the time in spaces with access to the exit and / or air spaces, at all times you are safe under the supervision of our expert certified guides. Groups are not larger than 4 divers per Guide
You need to be certified as Open Water.
Special training and certification such as intro to cave or full Cave is required.
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