Our coast hosts countless dive sites ranging from easy and shallow ones down to those for more experienced divers and, of course, everybody will have the opportunity to try and discover the mighty cenotes.
Unique and peculiar dive sites, they characterise the Yucatan Peninsula and were created by the combination of water and carbon dioxide in contact with the soil.
Divers must always remain:|
- Within the Natural Daylight zone
- Maximum 60 m/200ft from the surface
- Maximum depth: 21 m/70ft
- Minimum visibility 15m/50ft
- In large passages where at least 2 divers can comfortably get through
- Within “no decompression limits”
- Within “Arms Length” of a guideline that leads back to the open water
- Not beyond warning signs
- Air management using “rule of thirds” and exiting with minimum 60 bar/900psi
- At a ratio of no more than 4 participants for “Cavern Guide
Scubas with only the OWD certification are able for a submerged exploration of cenotes using the normal underwater equipment. Obviously they should be escorted by an expert guide qualified for diving in cavernes! “Cavern Guides” are certified Full Cave Divers who are also Open Water Dive Masters or higher. These qualified professionals must be outfitted with complete Full Cave Diving Equipment, Oxygen/First Aid, and have successfully completed a “Cavern Guide Program” and display authorized identification
CAVERN TOURS PRICE : Short Distance usd 130 / Long Distance usd 150 to 165
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