CENOTE CLASS A
In this trip, you will be able to visit the highlight diving attraction of the Yucatán Peninsula that divers from the world are willing to see. The unique characteristics of these caverns allow us to offer you the best experience with two dives in one trip.
All along the underground of the Peninsula lay countless systems rivers which divers know as caves. The most superficial points of these caves and just in the middle of the jungle we can find sinkholes or openings with different characteristics that give us the chance to dive and explore the entrance part of the caverns.
Due to the crystal clear water, shallow depths, sun light entries and wide open passages that we can find in the caverns, we have the possibility to dive as recreational divers in what we call the cavern. This activity is an experience to enhance the senses and it can´t be compared with any other diving activity.
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Vacation Style Discovery, Guided Tours, Jungle, Wildlife
Activity Level Moderate
Group Size Small Group
If you are a very relaxed diver who just want to chill while haveing an amazing experience, or if your diving experience is not a lot but you don´t want to miss the very best part of Scuba Diving in the Mexican Caribbean, this trip will fit and exceed all your expectations.
The cenotes we visit during this trip are the widest caverns that we can find in the area, lots of light entries all around the cavern, no difficulties entering and exiting the water and very close from Playa del Carmen.
Your guide will give you all the time you need to prepare and will introduce you to this new and amazing environment with all the patience that you need.
Thanks to the shallow depths and easiness of the dives, we can take divers with the minimum certification level of Open Water Diver.
The cenotes we can visit on this trip are:
- Chikin Ha (2 dives)
- Chack Mool (2 dives)
- Dos Ojos (2 dives)
- Tajma Ha (1 dive)
- Eden (1 dive)
- Diving license of open water diver.
- Minimum experience of 10 logged dives.
- Last logged dive within 6 months before your cenote dive.
- Sign the medical questionnaire (in case you have any “yes” on it, we will need to have a medical clearance with “fit for diving”).
- Sign waivers.
WHAT TO BRING?
- Bathing suit.
- Dry clothes.
- Flip flops.
- Pocket money for entrance and tips.
- Transportation from and to your hotel (with transportation insurance)
- 2 tanks for diving (one for each dive).
- Weights and weight belt.
- Water and soft drinks.
- Lunch (we normally get you a chicken sandwich)
- Professional full cave guide.
- Towels rental.
- Underwater torch rental.
- Entrance fee to the cenotes. Note that the entrance fee has to be paid on site and can change without previous notice. Once you decide which cenote want to go, we can tell you the cost of the entrance on the day of your tour.
- Diving equipment rental.
- Diving computer rental.
- Professional camera entrance fee (some cenotes will charge a fee to allow your professional camera dive with you).
Just Dive it!
Regular itinerary starts with the pick up at 8:00 am. Your guide give you the waivers you need to sign for this trip and off you go! The cenotes will be waiting for your arrival at around 9:00 am. After the briefing you will have plenty of time to enjoy both dives in the cavern system just beneath your feet. You will finish your dives at around 2:00 pm and will be dropped back to your hotel at 3:00. This schedule may be variable to fit your needs, talk to your guide previously if you need to make any change.
If you want to rent any piece of equipment will be:
Regulator: 5 USD
BCD: 5 USD
Wetsuit, fins and mask: 5 USD
Computer: 5 USD