- Zip line through the lake
- Cliff jump into a private cenote
- Lunch included
The name Grand Cenote says it all. This Cenote is a part of system Sac Actun, which is one of the largest underwater river systems in the world.
This cenote has a depth of 30 feet/ 9 meters, is one of the most decorate caverns in the area, full of speleotherms (stalagtite, stalagmites, and columns). The water is crystal clear, in the open water part of the cenote is full of plants, (lirios). When you reach the end of the line you can see at the surface some baths hang in on the ceiling of the tunnel.
The name Dos Ojos (Two Eyes) refers to two neighboring cenotes which are connected by an extensive series of caves and caverns. Viewed from above, they very much resemble a pair of eyes.
The caves have a maximum depth of 30 feet/.9 meters, and the water is exceptionally clear. Many bats can be seen flying and resting in the roof the Batcave (as it’s known), a unique area which can be accessed easily. The bats keep the insect population of the cenote at a record low, making it a forgiving, paradise-like location.
At Dos Ojos Cenote we do two dives, the first dive heads along the “Barbie Line” and on this dive you see great light effects as you look towards the entrance. There is a lot of space to swim around huge stalactites and columns. The second dive heads along the “BAT CAVE LINE” this dive is a bit darker. This passages run under a large air dome. We ascend into the air dome where we see a highly decorated cave, with lots of bats hiding between the stalactites.
Casa Cenote also known as Cenote Manati connects one of the longest underwater rivers systems in the world to the ocean. Casa Cenote gives you a completely different feel. You are now diving below the jungle, with mangrove roots as the ceiling. Along the bottom is there are huge rocks covered in mosses and green algae.
Here there is also a halocline, as the fresh water flows out of the river system and the salt water flows in from the ocean, because of this we have a lot more fish life. This dive has a maximum depth of 8m. There is also a large open water area and is great for the PADI Open Water Course and PADI Discover Scuba Diving.
This cenote has a depth of 180 feet/55 meters, we dive up to 120 feet,/37 meters.
This cenote is particular because of its crazy hydrogen sulfur cloud at 100 feet is about 9 feet thick, at 98 feet you can encounter the halocline. One of the most bizarre dives you can do in your life. You are going to see lots of fallen trees, that rise out of the cloud, a little island with branches and some voodoo dolls , that have been there for quite a while. The profile that we do at this dives is, 7 minutes at 120 feet, 2 minutes at 90 feet, 3 minutes at 80 feet, 3 minutes at 60 feet, 5 to 7 minutes at 40 feet, and 5 minutes at 20 feet, (average total time is 40 minutes under water) the whole time going around the cenote, it has a couple of stalactites, a tunnel that has a swim through if you pay close attention you are going to see a couple of bird bones, branches, trees and a bunch of stuff that has fallen into the cenote. Cenote Angelika is one of the most beautiful and awe inspiring in all of Tulum.
Cenote el Pit is located about 5 minutes past Cenote Dos Ojos on the same road. The cenote is in the middle of the jungle, it has nice stairs into the water with a small deck for easy access, it also has a rope for lowering down equipment.
This cenote is one of the deepest in the area, and is very unique, at the depth of 40 feet. 13 meters to 60 ft/19 meters you can see the Halocline (salt water mixing with fresh water). When you reach the depth of 100 feet/ 30 meters you encounter a cloud of hydrogen sulfur, its like flying through a cloud, the most beautiful and intriguing part of the dive is the way the light penetrates through the cenote, it reaches all the way down to the cloud, a 100 feet beam of light, it lights the whole cavern, where a jumbo jet can fit inside. At the celling of the cenotes you can see many stalactites, making a nice decoration, on the south part of the cenote, you can appreciate how a cascade used to run through there, when the water level was below where it is now.
For this dive the maximum depth is 30m, and you will need to be an advanced diver. If you are not an advanced diver check out our diving and course packages
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