Dream Gates Cenote Dive Trip
Dream Gates Cenote Dive Overview
Dream Gates features a cave with thousands of amazing stalactites and stalagmites which may be visited all year round. The cenote has a depth of 1-6 m/3-20 feet; visibility of 50-80 m/164-262 feet; and an average water temperature of 26 °C or 79 °F. This dark cavern requires excellent diving skills and the use of diving torchlight to illuminate the dark surroundings.
Duration: up to 9 hours & 30 minutes
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Dream Gates Cenote is comprised of a series of shallow horizontal caverns that start and finish at the same place. It has two permanent cave routes, one of which leads upstream and another downstream. Inherently different from one another, they can both be accessed in either direction (clockwise or counterclockwise).
The upstream cavern line starts and ends at the platform and naturally adorned by thousands of beautiful and intricate formations. During the descent, divers may encounter unique fish species like the ghost fish, blind cave fish, and the albino. At the heart of the cavern zone is an air dome with an astounding display of stalactites dangling from the ceiling; passing through the water surface and reflecting in it. This phenomenal cenote is so incredible that it was featured on the BBC Documentary Planet Earth: Caves on Yucatan.
Reserve your slot now and experience the grandeur of Dream Gate first hand.
Open Water Scuba Certification (or higher)
At least 10 years old
All scuba equipment & tanks
Lamps & underwater flashlights
English speaking guides
Breakfast & lunch
Pickup & drop-off schedule & locations vary on where you stay:
Cancun - Pickup at 6:00 AM at the Always Diving facility
- Additional $40/person
Playa del Carmen - Pickup at 7:00 AM at your accommodation
Cozumel - Pickup at 7:30 AM at Playa del Carmen ferry pier
Riviera Maya - Pickup at 8:00 AM at your accommodation
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