Price 135 USD- 180 USD. Approximate hours 8 am to 3 pm
Diving in cenotes is safe by staying in the cavern area:
- we are always within 200 ft of an open water exit.
- We remain within the limits of daylight.
- We always dive in wide areas.
There are cenotes for all levels, if you have little experience we ask for a previous day of diving in open water.
All the cenotes are incredible. The different prices are due to the entrance fees (included in the price) and the distance to be traveled (gasoline).
The water temperature is 77 °F, a 3mm suit is enough, a 5mm suit is suggested if you are cold.
Non-diving companions can come with you. Depending on the cenote you can take a guided snorkeling tour (80 USD) or swim independently (50 USD).
If you are a photographer, we offer private tours specially planned for this activity.
If you bring a camera, you should know that some cenotes charge a fee for the use of photo/video cameras, mostly for medium/large cameras (not for Gopro or similar).
Find out what awaits you in each one of them below, classified by their level of difficulty. Some require better buoyancy control, some are luminous and some are darker. There is a cenote waiting for you!
If you want to know how the cenotes were formed, here you can learn more.
- Groups maximum 4 divers per guide
- Transfer in air-conditioned vehicle
- Entrance fee to the cenotes
- Tanks and weights
- 2 cavern dives
- Certified cave guide
- Snack and water
Cenotes A. (135 USD) Two dives in one of these cenotes: Chac Mool, Chikinha, Dos Ojos.
Cenotes B. (160 USD) Diving in cenotes Ponderosa, Tajmaha, El Pit, Nicteha, Takbiha, Takbilum, Manati, Dreamgate.
Cenotes C. (180 USD) Diving in cenotes Angelita, Carwash, Zapote, Maravilla, 7 bocas and Kinha.
Equipment rental: 5 usd per piece/day or 20 USD per complete equipment/day