Dive Package x 6
Fresh & Salty
With the Dive Package x 6 dives, Fresh and Salty, you will explore four of our favorite cenotes and two dives in Cozumel reefs on a charter boat from Playa del Carmen, accompanied by a member of a selected group of Cave Divers / Instructors with many years of experience diving in the Cenotes, Cozumel, Playa del Carmen, and Tulum area. Divers UnderGround. Three days of adventures under the surface of the Riviera Maya in Mexico!
Based on the group’s diving experience, and the weather, we will propose the best options so you get the best experience possible while being safe at the same time.
We know all the best cenotes available for recreational open water divers to enjoy. We love diving in different cenotes daily and want to share our enthusiasm with you!
This diving package is for adventure divers who want to experience the unique diving that Mexico’s Riviera Maya offers. We propose the best cenote diving options based on the weather the morning before the experience.
We want you to see dive sites that will blow your mind! Experience the contrast between open deep cenotes, vadose caverns full of dripstone formations, and the fantastic Cozumel reef wall dives.
Our ultimate goal is to have you experience the best time possible scuba diving in the cenotes and Cozumel. This way, you will come back in the future and recommend us to your friends and social media followers.
We go the extra mile to make that happen!
Scuba Diving in Cenotes
6 dives in 3 days: USD 410
8 dives in 3 days: USD 530
Combinations x 2 dives
Chac Mool + Kukulkan
Barbie Line + Bat Cave
Cenote Eden + Tajma Ha
Combinations x 3 dives
Chac Mool + Kukulkan + Tajma Ha
The Pit** + Dos Ojos (Barbie Line + Bat Cave)
Angelita** + Dreamgate** (Downstream and Upstream lines)
**Advanced Divers Only.
Transportation from the Divers UnderGround Dive Center, downtown Playa del Carmen, Puerto Aventuras, Akumal, and Tulum.
Cenote entrance fees: USD 20/30 a day
Scuba Diving Gear: USD 20 a day
All dive packages start with the easiest dives first and more complex dives at the end.