Cavern Diving Tour

Cavern Diving in Cenotes

 

Cavern diving tour includes:

  •  certified guide (FullCave diver)
  •  A/C Transportation to cenotes in a fully insured van( “safety first” is our moto, that does include the road trip!!)
  • free pick up usually between 8:15 am and 8.40am (only downtown Playa del Carmen and any Playacar hotel) if you stay somewhere else please contact us.
  • 2 Tanks dive in cenote
  • cenote entrance fee
  • soft drinks and small lunch
  • the classic equipment (wet suit, BCD, regulator,mask, fins, weights)
  • flashlight
  • return to your hotel usually before 3pm

 

Which certification do you need for a cenote cavern diving?

Any diving level, starting from confident and relaxed Open Water certified divers, can safely participate in a guided cenote tours with an adequately large cavern zone.

 

Which are the rule and limits for cavern diving?

The general rules and limits for cenote cavern scuba diving are :

  • maximum 4 divers per guide
  • maximum distance to open water : 60m/200ft
  • always see the light from entrances
  • follow the guide in a single line
  • keep your position and stay at least 1.5m /5ft from the diver in front of you
  • never pass under the guide line
  • keep your light on during the entire dive
  • dive in horizontal position, bend your knees and use the frog-kick finning style
  • NO snorkel, gloves, or knives
  • always maintain a continuous guideline to the surface
  • no restrictions (area big enough for 2 divers to pass side by side)
  • no decompression diving
  • Minimum tank pressure to exit cavern zone 1000 psi (rule of the third)