Cenotes's Scuba Diving

The Cenotes in Mexico are some of the most interesting places if you want to go diving. These are unique natural wells and cave systems resulting from the collapse of bedrocks. These open, half open and closed holes are filled with clear water. Cenotes are only found on the Yucatan Peninsula. There are over 6,000 of them. The Fascinating underwater landscape and clear waters attract divers from all over the world. You can see stalagmites, stalactites and stalagnates in the caves. The Grand Cenote is the most famous among divers. The visibility in the water reaches 100 m here, and caves stretch for several kilometers underwater. Cenote Dzitnup is another famous cenote with crystal clear water and a lot of fish.

Getting There

In order to get to the Yucatan Peninsula with its cenotes, you should fly to Cancun — a popular resort in Mexico. You can reach the peninsula from the airport by bus, taxi or rented car.


The climate on the Yucatan Peninsula is tropical and humid. Due to the sea wind from the Caribbean coast you don't feel too hot. The air temperature is almost the same throughout the year and varies from +27 to +30 °С. The average water temperature is between +24 and +27 °С. The wet season lasts from May to the beginning of October.

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