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Cenote diving:
20000 Leagues Under the Sea…!!!

What is a cenote?

Our Selection of Cenotes

Cavern Snorkeling

Cenote Gallery

 

Diving in a cenote is like floating in another universe. It’s like evolving on a turquoise planet full of sacred history.  The cathedral like stalagtites and stalagmites  that dive deep in the clear, crystal waters are like masterpieces!

 

Cenote diving is accessible starting with level 1 (CMAS, FFESSM or PADI Open Water Diver). It’s an advanced start at cave diving, for everyone. Those that choose to not dive, can snorkel with a mask, flippers and snorkel.

 

You will dive in easy access caves with all  the specific diving material provided(lights, 5 mm wetsuits, etc.). Tours are given respecting the highest levels of security with ample space, always close to one of the exits and numerous air holes. You will have permanent visual contact with natural light. A show and emotions are guaranteed!

 

 

 

Depending on the cenote visited, you can observe millions of limestone formations: stalagtites, stalagmites, columns, fossils, prehistoric bone formations and native animal species . You will live the exceptional experience of the halocline(a natural, obvious line that divides the fresh from salt waters ). One of the best diving tours in the world…exclusively in Tulum, Yucatan, Mexico with La Calypso.

 

With the water being 75 /24 c year round, the crystal clear cenote water is the coolest option in the tropical heat of Yucatan.cenote-diving-01

 

What is a cenote?

Our Selection of Cenotes

Cavern Snorkeling

Cenote Gallery

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