A typical day of Cenote Dives
During a typical Cenote Dives day we pick you up in Tulum and Playa Del Carmen and any towns in between, such as Puerto Aventuras, Akumal, Chemuyil, and the Ferry Pier, when you are crossing over from Cozumel.. *(We cannot pick you up at the resorts)*.
Then we drive to the jungle for our day of Cavern Diving in Cenotes. Once there, you will get a comprehensive briefing about the Cenotes’ history, formation process, and importance for the ecosystem and the coral reefs.
We will explain the general safety procedures that will apply to all Cavern Diving. A detailed briefing of the first dive, team dynamics, light and hand communication, navigation, gas management, and emergency procedures.
After that first fantastic dive, we have a break, some snacks, and water. We explain the second dive’s specifics depending on the day’s location and then get ready to get in the water for more UnderGround fun. Cavern dives are usually 40 to 50 minutes long, depending on the cavern line’s depth and length.
We will have lunch onsite or at a local Mexican restaurant when doing three dives in the day before returning to town and dropping you off at your hotel between 2 and 4 pm.
Are you coming with a non-diver friend? No worries, there are many Cenotes for them to snorkel while you dive!
Cenotes are private properties; once on site, we must register and pay the family or community the Mexican Pesos entrance fees. These fees vary from 250 to 600 pesos for the day, depending on the Cenotes.