This was the dive that convinced me I had to move to Mexico
The Pit is a giant open bowl, very unique to any other Cenote used for recreational diving. It's beauty cannot be truly captured on camera. With the right lighting, the sun's beams can be seen shooting down for over 40 metres. It truly must be seen to be believed.
Quotes from my clients -
"If heaven exists this is definitley what the gateway looks like"
"It was like being on another planet. I didn't know things like this existed on earth"
"I've never seen anything so beautiful"
A great option for families and adventurers alike
Dos Ojos (Two Eyes) is one of the most frequented Cenotes and for a great reason. It features two amazing Cavern dives and spectacular snorkelling all in one area. It is called Dos Ojos because from a birds eye view the two Cenotes appear to be two eyes in a skull.
A Multi level Cavern dive featuring the exquisite Chinese Garden
Taj is another great Cenote and one of our personal favorites. Coming up through the sunbeams and surfacing mid-dive in the room called "The Chinese garden' is awe inspiring.
The Underground River
Angelita (little angel) is a large very wide open pit well known for it's thick layer of hydrogen sulphide sitting at 35 metres. This layer of gas creates a false bottom to the Cenote or what looks a cloud. In certain sections this creates the illusion of a river beneath you. Under the cloud, for the more advanced divers to enjoy is a deep diver's delight! It looks like any underworld should featuring creepy growing vegitation and a great deal of narcosis.
Another wonderful place for a day of snorkelling and diving adventure
Cenote Eden is absoluteley breathtaking inside and out. Bring the family for a day of snorkelling or leave the kids behind and go on an adventure diving through it's beautiful caverns.
Fun For Everyone
Not yet a certified diver? No problem! You can still get the Cenote Diving experience doing a discover scuba dive here at Casa Cenote. This fresh water mangrove is home to both Cavern formations, turtles and fish! We also do lots of diver training here.
Oh yeah, and it's an amazing dive too.