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Cenote Kukulkan

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.

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Cenote Cristalino

This is a freshwater cenote 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 cenote, but this section is only for certified cave divers.

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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.

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Mama Viña (Wreck)

This is a wreck of a ferry-style sunken ship Mama Viña. The wreck itself is not very big and at a depth of 28m; giving us the perfect bottom time for a complete tour.

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Barracuda - Playa del Carmen

A shallow reef with a strong current and many different coral formations. Like most of the reefs in Playa, it is a long wall, for which you need to be careful with descending, have good buoyance and be comfortable in the water to be able to dive calmly.

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Tortugas Reef

Tortugas is one of Playa del Carmen’s most popular reefs, great for both diving and snorkeling due to its shallow depth and clear visibility. This is a great site to see lots of turtles, hence its name.

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Cenote Dos Palmas

1.5 Km (about 1 mile) from the Dos Ojos Park entrance. Cenote with no cavern line, only cave diving and training. Ring of freshwater with a maximum depth of 5 meters. Open water and overhead environment.

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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.

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Cenote Dos Ojos

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.

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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.

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