Cenotes / Caverns / Caves
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The following description is one of the recommended techniques for cavern and cave diving the cenotes of the Riviera Maya.
Modified Flutter Kick
Picture provided by S.Gerrard
The diver is looking straight ahead, swimming horizontally and moving the ankles only in a casual, alternating style, bending the knees and holding firmly in place. The technique is the most common used in cavern and cave diving.
Please help us to preserve these fragile cenotes. Dive gently!
Buoyancy and Propulsion:
Light and Hand Signals:
Our Certified Full Cave Guide will go over all signals with you before the dive.
Special Cenote Dive Angelita
You must be certified as an Advanced Diver and logged at least 20 dives. A unique feature of this dive is that a layer of hydrogen sulfide separates the fresh water from the salt water below. This mystical cloud is found at about 100 feet (30 m) and stretches down to 110 feet (34 m) We will descend to approx. 130 feet (40 m). An indescribable dive. You have to see it for yourself!
Equipment, transportation, entrance fees into the cenotes, lights, sandwich and soft drinks.
Departure Time: Meet at the dive shop by 8:30 AM to prepare equipment. Depart by 8:45 AM.
Early afternoon dives can be arranged.
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