Calavera cenote is the closest to the shop is 5 minutes from us, on the road to Coba, it has parking, it has rest room facilities, there is no shopping store, a table for assembling your equipment, to enter the water one has to walk through a path for about 100 feet, and jump a from a height of 7 feet, the cenote has a strong wooden stair to come out.
This is one of the best dive sights to see the halocline (where sea water meets fresh water), the cenote has a depth of 50 feet, there is a permanent guide line, that you must follow at all time, we stay underwater for 40 minutes, is full of rock formations, and the way the light glows from the small entrences it looks like a skull from under the water.
Cenote Calavera also known as temple of doom, is one of the best cave and cavern dives in the area is a must do when checking out our cenotes. The Halocline has a beautiful effect, when is not disturb, it looks like a glass breaking a ray of light, if some goes through it looks like everything is out of focus. If you pay attention form the north side of the cenote and look up the entrances and two little openings you can see a skull, two eyes and his mouth. you can see thecolor of the water changing, fresh been more green, and salt water being crystal clear.
Recommendations: Bring biological bug spray, at Kook diving we provide with all the necessary equipment for this dive (5 mm wetsuit, boots, fins, mask, bcd or a plate with harness and a wing, DIN regulators scuba pro, Hog, aqua lung, apex, dive computer, lights, and a go pro camera).
Dive time: 40 minutes!
Depth: 50 feet!
Temperature: 78 degrees Fahrenheit!
calcification: Open water, or 1 star!
Bathrooms: Yes, ecological!
Entrance fee: Yes!
Snorkeling: Yes, but not much to see !
Hydrogen Sulfire cloud: no!
Tonic clud: No