What is a cenote?

The word "cenote" comes from the Mayan language "ts'ono'ot" or "d'zonot" which means "water hole".

Cenotes are natural wells, filled with fresh water and sometimes a lower layer of seawater. The Yucatán peninsula is estimated to have no less than 10,000...only a minority of which have been explored.

They communicate with each other through a complex system of underground rivers.

Their beauty, shape and depth vary from one cenote to another. The formation of stalactics and stalagmites found inside takes you back millions of years, adding to that the play of light that takes you to another dimmesion...the magic of cenotes works.

A wonder of nature !

The cenotes are a real wonder of nature and are clearly one of the must-see attractions when visiting the Yucatán peninsula.

Whether you are an amateur diver or with more experience, different options are available, and we are here to discuss with you the cenotes that will best suit your level and desires

Here are the most famous cenotes in pictures:


What is included

  • Two dives in two different cenotes
  • Entrance fees
  • Tanks and weights
  • Multilingual cenote guide
  • Lunch, Water
  • Transport to and from your hotel (Playa del Carmen area)

Cenote Prices vary from 135 to175USD

What is not included

  • Equipment (BCD, regulator, wetsuit, fins and mask), 15USD full equipment 
  • Photos and videos (ask us more information about it)