Cenote and Reef Adventure
Price: $9,400 MXN or $470 USD
Discover the area through diving with this amazing 3 day package!
Be amazed by all the different diving sites that Riviera Maya has to offer and discover an ancient world beyond your imagination! Wonders never cease with crystal clear waters, magnificent rock formations and diverse life forms that are waiting to be discovered by you. This package is ideal if you wish to see the best that nature has to offer
What will we visit?
Departure Time8:30 am
Return Time2:30 pm
- 08:30am — Meet at the dive shop to try on equipment
- 09:00am — 1 dive Cenote Pit
- 12:00pm — 1 dive in Cenote Dos ojos
- 14:30pm — Return to dive shop
- 08:15am — Meet at the dive shop
- 08:30am — Departure to Tulum reef
- 12:30pm — Back to dive shop
- 08:30am — Meet at the dive shop
- 09:00am — Departure to Cenote Angelita
- 11:30am —Departure to Cenote Carwash
- 02:30pm — Back to dive shop
- Be at least PADI Advanced Open Water certification or equivalent.
- Medically fit to dive
- Been diving within the last year. If you haven’t, just let us know.
- I am only PADI Open Water certified (or equivalent), can I fit this package to my certification level ?
- Yes, it is possible! We would swap the deep dives (cenote Angelita and Cenote Pit) for 2 shallow dives in Dos Ojos Bat Cave Line and Casa Cenote.
- Do I need a special certification other than the Advanced?
- No, as you will always be within a daylight zone, you will always be very close to a quick exit.
- Is it possible to add days to this package?
- Sure! We could add extra days of cenote diving or reef diving.
- Is it possible to swap Tulum reef for Cozumel reef?
- Yes, it is possible with an extra cost of $50 usd
- What happens if it rains?
- Rain does not affect cenote diving, if weather conditions do not allow us to go to the reef during your stay, we will suggest to swap for another cenote day.
- How many divers does each group have?
- We take a maximum of 4 divers per guide.
- Do we need an underwater light?
- Yes, we will provide you with an underwater light and your guide will have a brighter one and some back ups too.
- Are the cenotes very dark or tight?
- No, cenote diving is not as spooky as some people think. There’s always natural daylight and the smallest space in most cenotes is big enough to fit a car through it.