chac mool 2

Chac Mool is a popularly visited cenote located just south of the Puerto Aventuras entrance, between Playa del Carmen and Akumal. It has two water entries that lead to the same rooms where divers can enjoy two-tank dives.

Prior knowledge required: Open Water Scuba Certification (or higher)

Price:
from US $118

tajma ha 1

The early explorers of Tajma Ha formerly called this place Taj Mahal because the exquisite cavern reminded them of the unique beauty of Taj Mahal in India. The name was later changed by Mayans to Tajma Ha since Ha translates to water in Mayan.

Prior knowledge required: Open Water Scuba Certification (or higher)

Price:
from US $118

dos ojos 4

Cenote Dos Ojos has two cavern entrances, resembling the shape of a pair of eyes which refer to two cenotes that converge into a large cavern system. 

Prior knowledge required: Open Water Scuba Certification (or higher)

Price:
from US $170

dreamgates 2

Dream Gates features a cave with thousands of amazing stalactites and stalagmites which may be visited all year round. This dark cavern requires excellent diving skills and the use of diving torchlight to illuminate the dark surroundings.

Prior knowledge required: Open Water Scuba Certification (or higher)

Price:
from US $175

temple of doom 2

Temple Doom, also called Calavera which means Skull in Spanish, is the first cenote that you will come across when you journey on the Coba Road, just five minutes from Tulum. 

Prior knowledge required: Open Water Scuba Certification (or higher)

Price:
from US $205

car wash cenote 3

The Carwash cenote, also called Aktun-Ha, is located 8 km outside of Tulum on the road to Coba. The entrance to the cenote is easily accessible to divers since the level of the water is just a few inches below ground level.

Prior knowledge required: Open Water Scuba Certification (or higher)

Price:
from US $205