Dos Ojos

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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… Read more »

Cenote Pit

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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… Read more »

Cenote Angelita

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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 found at 100 feet of depth. The cloud is about 9 feet thick as you enter the halocline. This is one of the most bizarre dives you… Read more »

Cenote Dream Gate

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Dream Gate Cenote Gallery

Dream Gate is part of Sac Actun system, one of the largest underground river systems in the world. The depth of this cenote is 30 feet/ 9 meters, Dream Gate is known for it winding labyrinth of decorative caverns. It’s spectacular formations of stalactites, stalagmites, and columns will amaze you…. Read more »

Casa Cenote

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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… Read more »