Casa Cenote

Located near Tulum, Casa Cenote is one of the few cenotes that are open to beginning divers. It is also great for snorkelers due to its openness to the area around it, easy access, and clear waters. This cenote has clear emerald water and many fun caverns to explore.

Diving the cenotes of Mexico is more about the beautiful landscape and crystal clear waters than the wildlife. You may encounter some smaller fish darting around the cenote.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
  • Advanced
Visibility

Visibility

  • 19 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
  • Strong Current
  • Ripping Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Snorkeling
  • Cavern/Cave
  • Spring

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

Affiliated Training Center

Dive sites nearby

Cenote Dream Gate

Cenote Dream Gate is world renowned, as part of the original Sac Actun system, the largest underground river systems in the world. It also gives you the chance to explore 2 cavern circuits of about 40 minutes each, while observing huge calcareous columns, stalactites and stalagmites.

Learn more

Cenote with dripstones, Well accessible via stairs. Good entry - beware of silt out. maximum 4- 6m deep and partly very shallow. Good buoyancy should be present.

Learn more

Cenote Nicte Ha

In the Ejido Jacinto Pat, on the same road as Cenote Dos Ojos, Cenote the Pit, Nicte ha, and a few others. 10 minutes north of Tulum. Average depth is 4-5 meters, must have very good buoyancy to enjoy this dive.

Learn more

Dos Ojos is one of, if not THE, most popular cenote in Mexico. Diving cenotes, in general, are for advanced and technical divers. This cenote has two different routes, hence the name Dos Ojos, or two eyes.

Learn more

Cenote Taak Bi Ha

The cenote Taak Bi Ha is still a little insider tip for divers who already have a little experience in the cenotes. The cenote has many formations and even without cave diving training you get a little idea how it could be.

Learn more

DEEP DIVE BUT NOT OVERHEAD , HYDROGEN SULFIDE CLOUD AND AMAZING ROCK FORMATIONS , BEAUTIFUL LIGHT ENTRY’S , THE STEPS DOWN TO THE ENTRY COULD BE A BIT SLIPPERY, RECOMMENDED TO USE BOOTS. THE WATER PRESENTS A STRONG HALOCLINE. ICE ICE MAMMALS REMAINS HAVE BEEN FOUND THERE

Learn more

Bahia Príncipe

This dive site is near Tulum, Mexico and is a great site for beginners. The water is shallow, warm, and easy to access. It can be done as a shore dive. There are your typical Caribbean reef corals and sponges mixed with a sandy bottom.

Learn more

The cenote Tajma Ha is very popular because of its beautiful halocline and its great light. During the dive you experience three very different cenotes, because you dive from Tajma Ha to Cenote Sugarbowl and from there to Cenote Esmeralda. All three give very different impressions.

Learn more

Cenote Kukulkan is the perfect cenote for the first time. A very beautiful and large light-filled area. Here you will see a beautiful light laser show in perfect weather.

Learn more

Cenote Cristalino

It is a freshwater cenote that is perfect for practicing open water skills for courses that require shallow water. It has a maximum depth of 9m. There is also a cave in this centoe but this section is only available to dive in for specially certified cave divers.

Learn more