Diving Cenote Dream Gate

120 $

Location: Tulum


Includes: 2 dives; Full equipment; Flashlights; Round trip transportation; Certified caves and caverns guide.


Duration: 5 hours


*You need to be a certified Advanced diver to do this activity.

If you’re  not certified: take a look at: Advanced Open Water course. 

Clear dates

Description

Diving in Cenote Dream Gate

Diving in Cenote Dream Gate is less known by cenote first-timers, but as spectacular as Dos Ojos

Located further in the jungle, in a forest dominated by the Zapote trees, Cenote Dream Gate connects you with nature and it’s underworld.

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.

Here are all the details of Diving in Cenote Dos Ojos;

What to expect: 2 shallow dives, 40 minutes each; Incredible light effects; Huge calcareous columns, stalagmites and stalactites.

Location: Tulum

Includes: 2 dives; Full equipment; Round trip transportation; Certified
caves and caverns guide; Groups of a maximum of 4 people per guide.

*Entrance for the Cenote is not Included

Duration: 5 hours

Requirements: A minimum age of 15 years; good state of health; not taking flights at least 18 hours after your last dive; PADI Open Water Certification.

Where do we meet ? If you’re in Playa del Carmen’s city center, we’ll pick you up for no extra cost. So, in case you’re staying anywhere else, we’ll have a meeting point.


*You need to be a certified diver to do this activity. If you’re still not certified: take a look at: Open Water course.

Check out Acuaticaribe vimeo channel for some diving videos!


 

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