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|Cenote Tours||Price||Tour Duration||Get this tour|
|1 Open water dive in a Cenote (Dos ojos, Casa Cenote or Carwash)||159USD||1:30pm – 4:30pm||Book Now|
|2 Open water Dives (Dos Ojos & Casa Cenote or any combination)||189USD||8am – 12:30pm||Book Now|
|2 Advanced Open Water Dives – (El Pit & Dos Ojos)||189USD||8am – 12:30pm||Book Now|
|Not a diver? Let’s go snorkeling||79-99USD||8am – 12:30pm / 1:30pm – 5:30pm||Book Now|
|Want to try diving? Do a PADI Discovery Dive||149USD||8am or 1:30pm pm everyday||Book Now|
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- All prices are per person, in a small group of up to 4 people.
- All prices include transportation from the shop to the dive location and back & full equipment rental: – diving gear, tanks, a 5mm wetsuit, boots and torches; cenotes entrance fees & a certified dive master guide.
- Prices are fixed, regardless of the number of people in the group.
- Meeting points available: Tulum, Playa Del Carmen, Puerto Aventuras, Cozumel.
- Cenote Diving requires Open Water Certification or equivalent.
- Non-experienced divers can snorkel in most cenotes or have a Discovery Dive and then proceed to Open Water Diver certification.
- *Deep Cenote Diving requires Advanced Open Water certification or equivalent.
- For private cenote diving tours, please contact us, so we can provide an exclusive offer for you.
Cenote Diving in Tulum
In the Yucatan Peninsula there are complex, intertwined passages between underground cenotes, forming networks that occasionally make their way to the sea. In these cases, seawater – more dense than freshwater – can enter through the bottom of the system.
There are cenotes where at a certain depth the water changes from fresh to salty, the meeting point between the two being called the halocline. A halocline can cause fascinating visual effects, which have to be seen to be believed.
There are several types of cenotes: open, semi-open and “underground sky” or grotto. This classification is related to the age of the cenote, with mature cenotes being those which are completely open to the sky, and the youngest those which still retain an intact overhead dome.
Dive in Deep Cenotes
Special adventure reserved for Advanced opeIt’s in the deepest cenotes where the halocline effects are the most obvious, and glorious! When you pass through the cloudy halocline layer you’ll notice the change in temperature and buoyancy caused by the different densities of water. Diving in the sea and in deep cenotes are adventures everyone should experience.
Snorkel in Cenotes
Some open air cenotes are perfect for snorkeling, which means that you don’t have to be an experienced diver to explore their beauty and swim in their fresh blue waters. Check our snorkel tours from Tulum and pick the right cenotes for you.