Cenote Diving

Under the Mayan jungle in between Tulum and Playa del Carmen and within easy reach of Cancun. lies the largest water filled cave passage ………in the world.
Discover the magical world that lies beneath our feet. Underground, underwater, eaten away over thousands of years by flowing water,
Come and join us as we take you on a journey into this system, As we show you the beauty, magic and pure awesomeness of Cenote Diving

What you get with Best Cenote Dives.

Flexible meeting 8:00am – 2:00pm, return 12:00pm – 6:00pm
Dive times: 35 – 50 mins, gas allowing.
Depth: 6m / 20ft – 40m / 130ft
Minimum Certification: Open Water Diver
Medical: Must be medically fit to dive

Passionate & Professional Guides

Both of us pride ourselves on the high level of customer focus on safety and enjoyment. We think that the Cenote diving experience is so magical and special, that when you book a diving tour, you don’t just book a cenote tour, you book a guide. So by looking at our blog, videos and pictures, then actually speaking directly with your diving instructor, our divers have a more personal and tailor made experience.

Safety Focused

As PADI scuba diving Instructors, Full Cave Divers and registered Cenote guides we are qualified to safely guide you around this magical underground scuba diving experience. We dive in technical Sidemount configuration. Your safety is our number one priority.

  • Cavern diving equipment
  • Small Groups
  • Full Cenote Briefing
  • Water and snacks
  • Tailor made tours
  • Photography available
  • Passionate guide

 

Easy Booking

It’s easy because the price you see is the price you pay no hidden extras, it’s an all in one price.

Prices

All prices displayed are per person and include cenote entrance fees, diving equipment, transport, drinks and snacks.

Medical

All diving participants must be medically fit to dive.

Legal

All diving participants must accept responsibility for their actions in the water.

Safe Diving

  • All diving participants must adhere to safe diving practices
  • cavern diving rules
  • Within daylight zone
  • Follow the line
  • Gas management Rule of 1/3’s
  • Everyone has a light

Eco Diving

The Cenotes are a delicate ecosystem with many unique forms of life. We require our divers to not wear mosquito repellant or sun cream which could damage the environment.

Good Buoyancy

The formations have taken many thousands of years to grow. We must be in control of our buoyancy so we don’t crash into them and cause damage.

Photography

Cameras must be used responsibly. If they cause a distraction to the diver to an extent that the guide feels that safety or the environment is being compromised, the guide can look after the camera for your safety. Some Cenotes have additional charges for cameras.

Damage

Deliberate damage or graffiti of any kind will not be tolerated. It will make us very angry. No touching of any kind please.

2 Cenote Dives from $150
3 Cenote Dives from $200

Any Questions?

Contact us. We’re here to help.
Please tell us;
What is your certification Level?
When was the last time you went diving?
How many dives have you done?
When do you want to dive?
Which dives do you want to do?

Arrange your Cenote Diving.

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