Diving in the cenote is indescribable, I normally have words for everything but i don´t for the caverns. As an open water with a good control of buoyancy, you´ll be able to dive into the mayan fresh water undergrounds secrets.
Our trip leaves from in the morning at 8 o clock and we will come back around 15h to 16 h . Your transport, lunch, drinks, your personal full cave guide (only groups of four people per guide)and flash light are included.
We will be on the road to head to the cavern for aproximately 50 mins direction TULUM. There we will find more than 20 differents caverns to dive (Kukulcan, Chak Mool, Taj-Mahal, The Pitt, Angelita, Dos Ojos, Casa Cenote....) If you are a curious diver you MUST explore the caverns. Not one cavern looks like the other, which make it an endless paradise for divers from all over the world.
For advanced and experienced divers (due to the depths and narrow passages) we have caverns very close from Puerto Morelos.
It´s an experience you il NEVER forget !!! Trust me
A cenote (English: /sɨˈnoʊtiː/ or/sɛˈnoʊteɪ/; Spanish: [seˈnote]; plural:cenotes; from Yucatec Maya dzonot orts'onot) is a natural pit, or sink hole resulting from the collapse of lime stone bedrock that exposes groundwater underneath. Especially associated with the Yucatán Peninsula of Mexico, cenotes were sometimes used by the ancient Maya for sacrificial offerings.
Cenote DOS OJOS
The exploration of Dos Ojos began in 1987 and still continues. The surveyed extent of the cave system is 82 kilometers (51 mi) and there are 28 known sinkhole entrances, which are locally called cenotes.
Cenote Chac Mool
Also called Garra of Jaguar, this cenote is one of the most popular of Yucatan. Chac Mool offers a magestual entrance of sunlight, giving a unique touch to the cavern. Halocline and thermocline (due to the mix between fresh water above and salty water under) will give you an unforgettable vision. A secret path will take you to an air.
Cenote Taj Mahal
Is a four caverns connected by water. This set geological was first explored by the French Federation of divers. The connection between the four caverns is relatively blocked, but it is known that at one time they formed a common whole.