The Yucatan Peninsula is a huge limestone platform where fresh water runs like rivers through underground cave systems.

Part of this land collapsed after the last ice age more than 8,000 years ago, creating sinkholes called CENOTES, derived from the Mayan word “Dzonot” which means sacred well and were considered the entrance to the mythical underworld by the ancient Mayas.

Especially associated with the Yucatan Peninsula Mexico, cenotes were sometimes used by the ancient Maya for sacrificial offerings.



Dive in the largest fresh water system in the world - a truly unique experience!Get mesmerized by unique formations & light effects.

Today, three of the world´s longest underwater cave systems with a length of up to 129 km can be found at the Riviera Maya. One of them belongs to the most spectacular ones with 56 km – Dos Ojos, which means “two eyes”, describing the two circular shaped cenotes shining in daylight.

You will be picked up from your hotel by van in the morning and experience two unique dives in the world´s finest fresh water caverns. Our group consists of max. 4 certified divers per cavern guide.

All our guides are fully certified Full Cave Diving Instructors with an official Cenote Guide certification.

After a short drive into the jungle, our guide will conduct a thorough briefing containing procedures, do´s & don’ts, potential hazards, signals and also check your equipment, weights and swimming techniques.

We will provide torches, sandwiches, soft drinks and take care of the entry fee.

Highly recommended are 5mm long wetsuits to keep you warm during 2 dives in approx. 24 degrees cold water, and which we can provide you.

Mini Cenotes Package

4 dives (2 local & 2 Cenotes), incl. entry fee, snacks & drinks, cavern guide, lamp, transfers on mainland, excl. equipment

Regular price: US$299.00

Online price with 10% discount: US$269.10

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Incredible limestone formations

The dissolved limestone dripping into dry cave passages, over thousands of years formed an amazingly beautiful decoration of stalagmites and stalactites.

Thousands of these windows to the water table dot the Yucatan Peninsula providing access to a unique underground system mainly located in the area between Cancun and Tulum on the Riviera Maya.

Since the 1980´s, hundreds of these caverns have been explored and mapped by cave divers, and exploration and penetration still continues.

Remember it is forbidden to touch, move or remove any of those delicate and fragile formations remaining underwater for thousands of years, as they can be damaged permanently.

Turn the speakers on, lean back, and get fascinated!

Cenotes Dive Supplement (Coz)

2 tanks required from your tank package, incl. cavern guide, lamp, entry fee, snacks, soft drinks, transfers on the mainland

Regular price: US$99.00

Online price with 10% discount: US$89.10

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Whale Shark Safari

Every year, whale sharks migrate all the way to Isla Contoy in the north of the Yucatan Peninsula to feed on the plankton in the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea. Don’t miss this SUMMER HIGHLIGHT and swim with the largest fish in the ocean!


Pro Dive International – Mexico guarantees your encounter throughout the season!*

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Cenotes Dive Excursion

Cenotes – Dive in the largest fresh water system in the world – a truly unique experience!

Join Pro Dive International – Mexico from the Riviera Maya or Cozumel.

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Sacred Mayan Ruins & Cenote Discovery

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