Cavern and Cenote Diving
The Yucatan Peninsula and the Rivera Maya are a
mecca for cave and cavern divers from around the world. Cenotes are the natural spring fed pools that lead to the underwater limestone
formations beneath the jungle. There are over 1500 feet of
cavern to be explored in the famous Dos Ojos Cavern where you will
discover beautiful ancient stalactite and stalagmite formations
while never leaving the light zone.
The water in the caverns remains a constant
75F year round and a wetsuit is required in order to maintain body
heat while in the caverns.
Tanks, weights, and belts are included
in the cost of a cenote dive. Dive equipment, dive light,
and wetsuit are available for rent.
Cenote dives allow certified open water divers to visit the underwater world of caverns accompanied by a cave certified divemaster/instructor
Although the caves are an extensive system of tunnels and underwater
rooms, the cavern zone is the first initial 200 feet of the cave
entrance. Any penetration beyond the 200 feet zone is considered
a "cave dive" and divers must be fully cave certified
to go beyond this point.
If you are interested in a cenote dive or
advanced cave certification, please drop by the shop or call us to sign up
for the next trip with Akumal Dive Adventures.
You may also visit our cave diving friends down the road at Hidden
Call the shop: 52-987-59157