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Cenotes usually offer perfect dive conditions such as crystal clear water , almost current free and 

the best visibility you could ever imagine to appreciate the beauty that it has to offer.

The temperature of fresh water is 24°C /77°F all year long. 

Passing through halocline (a halocline is the interface of fresh and salt water and when mixed produces

zero visibility), salt water is 26°C/80°F .


There are a few differences in the diving techniques, safety, signals and gas managment; that’s why we highly

recommend you to listen carefully to the guide’s briefing, even if you are a very experienced and highly certified diver.


There is also a difference between cave and cavern.

We offer both type of dives, according to your level and certifications.

1/Cavern diving

2/Cave diving


The general rules and limits for cenote cavern diving are :

- NO snorkel, gloves, or knives

- max 4 divers per guide

- no decompression diving

- max distance to open water : 67m/140ft

-keep your light on during the entire dive

-never pass under the guide line

-no restrictions (area big enough for 2 divers to pass side by side)

- always maintain a continuous guideline to the surface

-follw the guide in a single line

-keep your position and stay at least 1.5m /5ft from the diver in front of you

-dive in horizontal position, bend your knees and use the frog-kick finning style



  • Cavern diving:

Any diving level, starting from confident and relaxed Open Water certified divers, can safely participate

in a guided cavern tour at one of many local cenotes with an adequately large cavern zone.


This tour includes:

-          Certified guide ( Full Cave diver )

-          A/C Transportation to cenotes

(pick up usually between 8 am and 8.30am in Playa del Carmen center and any Playacar hotel)

-          2 Tanks dive in cenote

-           Cavern entrance fee

-          Soft drinks and snack

-          Flashlight

-          The classic equipment (wet suit, BCD, regulator, mask, fins, weights) is free of charge this month!!!!

-          Return to your hotel usually before 3pm


As every cenote has something unique to show and all are different (some of them have stalactite and stalagmite,

other have fossils, other have suffer cloud, other has halocline, others offer espectacular rays of light etc…)

you may want us to organize several diving days.



Check our price list and packages we offer  

and contact us to make your reservation.


Check our courses and contact us to make your reservation. 


->Make a reservation now for cavern diving in cenotes<-




Learn more about what's a cenote  

Learn more about the difference between diving in cenote and diving in ocean

Learn more about difference between cavern and cave

Lear more about which are the main cenotes and where are they?



  • Cave diving:

To dive in water-filled caves, a diver must use specialized equipment and specialized training.

Improperly trained divers, including open water instructors, have a very poor safety record in caves.

If you are interested in cave diving, be sure to receive the proper training (Cave Diver) from a well-respected instructor.


This tour includes:

-          Certified guide ( IANTD Full Cave diver )

-          A/C Transportation to and from cenotes

-          2 Cave dives

-          Cave entrance fee

-          Soft drinks and snack


Any gear available with an extra charge.    


This underground river system is running all over the Yucatan peninsula, and just a little part of it has been explored until now,

so if you’re coming especially for cave diving, we can arrange a full week exploration or as many days you'd like.


Check our price list and packages we offer  

and contact us to make your reservation.

Check our courses and contact us to make your reservation. 

->Make a reservation now for cave diving in cenotes<-