Cavern Tour

What is a cenote? For the Maya, Cenote is the gateway to the Underworld, places where the Gods lived; For us, Cenote is, most of the time, the gateway to an articulated labyrinth of caves and flooded caverns that give life to a system that includes different Cenotes.

  So what is a Cavern? A Cavern is the roofed space where sunlight reaches (the Cavern area is located at a maximum distance of 60 meters from sunlight).

Beh, we put aside the word, let's dive!

Our day

The day starts the day before... really!

The day before the dive we have to meet, I will sign some papers (which you have already filled out thousands of times); If you need equipment (we will check the sizes), if you already have it, we will prepare it the next morning.
If you don't have time or you're not sure about your team, I can send you the forms by mail and you just fill it out and send it back, it's that simple; the only thing is that if you have part of the equipment that doesn't work, leaks or is broken (I have spare parts and tools but I can't guarantee you a complete equipment in the jungle).

The day of the dive I pick you up between 8 and 9 a.m. according to the plan we agreed on (luckily some hotels do not allow us to pick up directly in the lobby).

In about 45/60 minutes we are already at the dive site; We start with seeing the entrance and the existing services and we prepare the diving equipment, we make a detailed breafing of diving with objectives, limits and everything that a breafing must have made to measure.

Depending on the type of dive you chose (one dive at one site and then go to another site, two dives at the same site or three dives), we plan a break during which we will enjoy some fruit or a sandwich (I recommend you specify in your reservation if you have allergies or if you want vegan/vegetarian options).

At the end of the day, we go back to reality (that is, where we picked you up in the morning or halfway point if possible).