Best Cenote Dives

Diving in the Cenotes of the Mayan Riviera is truly the ‘cherry on top’ of your trip to Mexico. This is the style of diving you can only try in Mexico, and it’ll blow your mind away. Literal, incredible beauty! Witness games of light, stalactites and stalagmites, and layers of fresh and salt-water that create incredible visual effects.

If you can believe it: the entire Yucatan peninsula was formerly the bottom of what we know as today’s ocean. According to one version of the theory, after a meteorite fell to earth about 64 million years ago, it ascended above sea level and created a land. Then, tropical rain and groundwater washed out spaces in soft limestone, forming grottoes, tunnels and caves. Cenotes came out as a result of the collapse of the ground.

They’re formed by rock collapsed under its own weight, creating access to the underground cavity (cave). The Mayans considered Cenotes a sacred place, gateways to the realm of the dead. In total, in the Yucatan there are about 8000 Cenotes.

The minimum certification level for recreational diving in the Mexican Cenotes is OWD and above.

If you already have a diving certificate and chose our dive center for your underwater adventures in Mexico – you’ve made the right choice, and we assure you that you’ll be satisfied with professional-level safety standards, interesting programs, modern equipment, flexible pricing and a genuine, personal approach to every guest.

We form groups of: no more than 4 divers per guide in cenotes, and no more than 6 divers in the sea. The groups are guided by experienced instructors – dive center staff – who will not only make your dive safe and interesting but also provide comprehensive information about the objects and subjects of the underwater world.

We go diving at various dive sites, so where we go is dependant on your preferences, from Cancun to Tulum, including Cozumel island. However, please be aware and remember that the final decision regarding the dive site is always done on the morning of the dive and depends on the weather conditions.

Best Seasons:Year Round
Popular Location:Playa del Carmen, Tulum

    Cenote Diving

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    If you’re visiting Mexico, and in particular the Yucatan peninsula, it would be an inexcusable mistake to not take the opportunity of exploring this unique world, a jaw-dropping underground realm of silence. And even better, all certified scuba divers can…

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