Aquaworld Cenote Dive Trip from Cancun Overview
Enjoy a spectacular expedition into the Yucatan jungle to dive in a freshwater cavern called a cenote.
Now that you've trekked through the ruins and climbed the pyramids of Chichen Itza and had your fun under the sun and rocked and rolled in Cancun and Cozumel, come take a dive in the spectacular cenotes of the Yucatan. Once used by the Mayans as a water supply, cenotes are now popular diving sites, and when you slip on your fins and goggles and sink into one of these refreshing sinkholes, youll see why. Cenotes are actually an enormous open water pool that measures often as reveal enormous subterranean caverns that offer divers an unparalleled experience. Because most of the water in the cenote comes from rain water, it is remarkably clear, - you may feel like youre looking into a mirror. Dive down into a maze of dazzling underwater caverns.
Stalactites and stalagmites arent just for Carlsbad and Mammoth Cave-you will find them everywhere in these silent underwater castles. What is more, you'll delight in the haloclines, a phenomenon created by the saltwater of the Caribbean mixing with the freshwater of the cenote, creating a beautifully gauzy, layered effect.
Let our experienced guides take you on the adventure of a lifetime. And be sure to tell all the folks back home. They'll be raring to reserve their tickets today, or well eat our hats or our wet suits! Take the plunge today! Dont miss your chance to experience a scuba diving excursion unique to this region.
- Explore a rare flooded cavern, called a cenote
- See limestone formations, including stalagmites and stalactites
- Witness halocline layers between fresh water and salt water
|Low Price Advantage!|
- Transportation not included
- All diving equipment
- Instructor-supervised cavern dive
- Before you begin any dive with us you must fill out health questionnaire which covers the main illnesses and restrictions that may prevent you from diving. Always consult your doctor before doing any new strenuous activity
- Cavern certification is NOT required
- All dives incur a small additional charge for the Federal Marine Park tax and Dock Fees
What To Bring
- Underwater camera
- Change of clothes
- Towels to dry off