Cenote Diving

Join us on a world class Cenote dive into the underground rivers hidden below the Mayan Riviera

Visibility: crystal clear

Dive time: 2 dives -approx 50 min each

Depth: average 6 - 8 meters (20 - 26 ft)

 

Advance Dives can be made to 34 meters (110ft).

 

Surface interval : 20-30 min 

 

Water temperature: 24 Celsius (77 F)

 

Dive site will be chosen upon group experience and weather. 

Pick up at 7:30am at designated point. This may be the ferry dock or downtown Playa Del Carmen

Drive approx 30-60 minutes to Cenote. Upon arrival, we will have an area overview, dive briefing and will answer any questions before gearing up

 

Each diver prepares and checks their own equipment, then we gear up, make a buddy check and walk to entrance

Depending on the chosen Cenotes we may need to drive a few minutes to the second dive site on the surface interval 

Before heading back we have a light lunch 

Return to Playa del Carmen around 2-3pm

We will give you a thorough briefing about Cenote Diving, before the dive and answer any questions you may have!

Includes:

 

Transportation

Certified Cave Guide

2 Tanks & weights

Snack and Beverages

Cenote Entrance fees 

Equimpent Rental 

$20 USD

Some cenotes have seperate entrance fees for cameras. Fees are paid in pesos at the entrance along with entry fees and are subject to change without notice

Staying in Cozumel?

NO PROBLEM!

We will meet you at the ferry dock

Take the ferry 1 hour before our scheduled departure time 

What to bring:

 

 

Towel

Camera

Dry clothes

Extra Cash

Certification Card + Dive Log

Personal dive gear

Diver Requirements


Open Water or equivalent - last dive no more than 1 year ago and 30 logged dives.

Minimum age 15 years

Good buoyancy and control is a requirement as you are not allowed to touch the bottom or the rock formations

We do not dive through small tunnels or tight spaces

A flashlight is necessary for the dive, in case you need one we have them to rent. This will allow you to peek into the caves and enjoy the rock formations.

If you do not have more than 25 logged dives or have not been diving in the last 12 months we can arrange a check out dive in the ocean to evaluate your skills

Advanced Diver certification or equivalent required for El Pit and Angelita

Cenotes are chosen based upon diver experience, some cenotes require previous cenote dives in order to evalauate skill level

You can use your normal dive gear for cavern diving

We recommend a 5mm full suit and a hood

Rental gear is available for $20 per trip

Not permitted

 

 

Gloves

Snorkels

Surface marker buoys

Dive knives

Pointers or noise makers

Good trim, being streamlined, proper weighting and frog kick are cavern diving essentials!