Diving in cenotes is a must-see encounter. You will be able to explore organic sinkholes made from limestone bedrock. The term cenote derives from the Mayan term . The cenote starts as an underground room generated when limestone is dissolved by the act of rain. Do not miss your opportunity to feel the adrenaline along with all our diving in cenotes.
Cavern diving in Tulum – here you will find complicated, intertwined passages involving subterranean cenotes, forming networks which sometimes make their way into the sea. In such scenarios, seawater – more dense than freshwater – may enter through the base of the system.
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Below are some cenotes wherein a particular depth that the water varies from fresh salty, the meeting point between both being known as the halocline. A halocline may cause interesting visual impacts, which need to be seen to be believed.
There are lots of cenotes: open, semi-open and also "underground skies" or grotto. This classification is associated with the era of this cenote, with older cenotes being those that are open to the skies, and the youngest people who still maintain an intact overhead duplex.
Participate in Deep Cenotes – Particular adventure booked for Advanced open water sailors. It is at the deepest cenotes in which the halocline effects would be the most evident, and glorious! Once you pass through the muddy halocline layer you will observe the shift in temperature and buoyancy resulting from different densities of water.