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Casa Cenote is fantastic! Cenote diving under the mangrove. The mesmerizing light effects and the inviting shadows during the dive are hipnotizing.
Casa Cenote is a unique dive as it is under the mangrove layer. The color of the water here is emerald green. You will also love the colour spectrums reflecting on the white sandy bottom. It is intriguing and charming.
You will witness the mixing of the salty and fresh water at the resurgence of the longest underwater cave systems in the world. Marine life enthusiasts are welcome to shoot underwater pictures. For example a school of young tarpoons can be seen, but also the blue dancing crab and other colorful fishes.
If you are lucky enough that day we will see Pancho the crocodile, the guardian of the cave entrance.
That’s the most colourful dive we offer in our catalogue. Maybe the first time of your life that you will practice cenote diving under the mangrove.
Situated near the beautiful Caribbean sea, in fact Casa Cenote is one of the exit points of the system Sac Actun to the ocean. The longest underwater cave system in the world with 364 km finishes here and mixes with the carribean warm waters. It is situated 50 km south from Playa del Carmen, 10 km north of Tulum.
This cenote is typically an Open Water dive, since the overhead environment is practically very short. At the entrance of the property you will see a small toll where we have to pay the entrance fees and you will quickly notice that you are very close to the sea. The shoreline is beautiful and from the beach you can easily spot the Mesoamerican reef breaking the waves at the horizon.