Night Diving and snorkeling with the cenote crocodiles in Tulum is what you have come here for. This is a unique adventure that only Koox Diving can offer you. You get the chance to watch the crocodiles in their natural habitat during the night. You can also see other interesting species such as shads, frogs and other animals active at night.
It is a very beautiful setting, under the sky full of stars. An unforgettable experience.
1-4 people small group visits – every day, meeting points available: Tulum, Playa Del Carmen
All prices include equipment rental: – diving gear, tanks, a 5mm wetsuit, boots and torches
Prices are fixed, regardless of the number of people in the group. Open water certification or equivalent is required for Diving
For private cenote diving tours, please contact us, so we can provide an exclusive offer for you.
Another Incredible Croc Encounter Underwater
You are completely safe with Koox Diving in the company of the saltwater crocs. They are busy feeding with frogs and other small animals, as they usually do so at night. Diving with saltwater crocodiles is performed by diving beneath them using a torch for light. The crocodiles simply float on the water surface.
Make your time in Tulum a lifetime memory with the team of Koox Diving. Book any of our diving tours and take a look over underwater life around Tulum.
Drenched Divers and their Crocodile Night Dive with Koox Adventure
Come and meet us at 6:30pm at the Koox diving shop, we pick up the equipment and departure to the crocodile adventure returning to the shop around 10:30pm same day.
Just a Glimpse of the Experience
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