Cenote diving Playa del Carmen

Cenote Jardín de Edén

Ponderosa

Also called "Ponderosa" this is a mangrove type cenote, with magic light rays passing through the tree branches. and roots This creates a beautiful photo opportunity. 

Coral fossils can be found everywhere, and it offers the strongest halocline among the cenotes. 

Garden of Eden is an excellent first experience as you dive along the open water at all times.

Location: 25 km south of Playa / 41 km North of Tulum

Max depth: 12 m 

 

Certification level: Open Water Diver 

 

Min dive experience: 5 dives 

Tajma-ha

The white cavern

Enjoy the light show that the "sugar bowl cenote" offers, pass underneath the bat cave decorated with stalactites and stalagmites. 

Plenty of hidden fossils can be find along the way, cool haloclines will be encounter in the deeper parts of the cenote and the laser beams of light coming through holes in the cavern never disappoint. A very "complete" cavern experience.

Location: 28 km south of Playa / 39 km North of Tulum

Max depth: 16 m 

 

Certification level: Open Water Diver 

 

Min dive experience: 25 dives 

*Good equalization techniques are required*

Chac-mool 2 dives

Kukulcan - Chac Mool 

Offering 2 different dives, Kukulcan and Chac-mool, this site has it all! Dive along a beautiful light curtain, enjoy the special color of the surface, due to the concentration of tannic acid, and a cenote filled with marine fossils. 

The halocline and the dead trees laying on the bottom create a very special panorama on the second dive, as well as the freshwater turtles sometimes visiting this cenote.

Location: 23 km south of Playa /44 km North of Tulum

Max depth: 15 m 

 

Certification level: Open Water Diver 

 

Min dive experience: 10 dives 

*Please note that all types of cameras, 

including Go Pros are strictly forbidden

in the cenote. *

However, a there is a professional photographer on site offering his services, and pictures will be up for sale after our second dive. 

North 

Location: 53 km North - West of Playa del Carmen / 122 km  North of Tulum  

Cenote Zapote 

Hell Bells stalactites

Check out the bizarre unique formations Cenote Zapote has to offer you. 

 

Starting with what looks like a small entrance, the cenote opens up to a huge chamber full of "bell shaped" formations, the only ones in the world created underwater!

A cloud of hydrogen sulfur and a dead tree await for you at 30 m, adding to a strange atmosphere. 

Location: 53 km North-West of Playa / 122km North-West of Tulum

Max depth: 30 m 

 

Certification level: Advanced Open Water Diver 

 

Min dive experience: + 50 dives 

*Zapote cannot be chosen as a first dive when diving with us

*Nitrox will be recommended to dive this combo 

Cenote Maravillas

Deep Dive

From a circular entrance into the ground, divers access an enourmous spherical room. At 28 m of depth divers will go through a cloud of hydrogen sulfur (deep dive specialty required) under which they will be able to admire the famous hells bells. Coming back up above the cloud, we will witness the rays of light entering the room from the entrance above and playing with the cloud below. 

 

We will then slowly spiral up this massive underground room, often admiring the descents of the freedivers training in this popular cenote. The dive ends up at 10 meters, under the ceiling, where speleothems and fossils can be found.

Location: 53 km North-West of Playa / 122km North-West of Tulum

Max depth: 30 m 

 

Certification level: Advanced Open Water Diver 

 

Min dive experience: + 50 dives 

*Maravillas cannot be chosen as a first dive when diving with us

*Nitrox will be recommended to dive this combo 

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