Scuba Diving Cenotes from Cozumel
If you are staying in Cozumel and want to dive in Cenotes, we pick you up from the Ferry Pier in Playa del Carmen and drop you off after the dives either at the Ferry or your new hotel in Playa del Carmen if you come to stay.
We drive south and into the jungle from the Ferry dock for our day of Cavern Diving in Cenotes. Once there, and after a comprehensive briefing, we enjoy our Cavern Dives in the wonderful freshwater.
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.
We always have snacks, sandwiches, and water for you.
Cavern dives usually are 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 before returning to town and dropping you off at your hotel around 2-4 pm.
There are many Cenotes for non-diver friends and family to snorkel while you are diving!
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.
During cavern dives, you will be able to see the natural sunlight at all times while following a guideline. The maximum distance you will ever be from the surface is 60 meters / 200 feet. In the unlikely event of an emergency, we can always swim out of the cavern much quicker than we could from 30mts of depth.