The name does say it all. This large cenote is one of the most popular
diving and snorkeling areas in the Riviera Maya. Located on the highway to
Coba just outside of the city of Tulum access could not be easier to this
roadside destination. Snorkel inside of this huge cave system without ever
diving under the water. Huge
stalagmites, stalactites, and columns are
yours to be seen by just sticking your face into the water. Cavern divers
can enjoy this circular shaped cenote dive as they tuck behind and swim
through this underwater wonderland. If your family would like to stay for
a picnic you will find plenty of space and the perfect environment for
Come and experience the most amazing scuba diving of your life. These Cenotes / Caverns / Caves are found all over the Riviera Maya, near Playa del Carmen and Tulum. Just 35 minutes by ferry from Cozumel. All you need is an open water certificate. You will not forget this scuba diving experience. Not only is it safe and fun but you will only dive in very small groups of 4 per guide. Look at our photos of the cenotes and information on this amazing diving experience.
The word “Cenote” is pronounced, say-no-tay and is derived from the Mayan word, “Dzonot” which means sacred well. A combination of various geological events and climate changes created an incredible and unique ecosystem in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. These caves and underground rivers were created naturally over 6,500 years ago. Over the past 20 years, experienced scuba divers have explored these caves discovering more than 300 miles of interconnected passageways and caves that make up this amazing one of a kind ecosystem. These cenotes, only found in this part of the world, offer certified divers the opportunity to explore something different! Discover the tranquil beauty of these pristine windows to the underwater world and experience the dive of your life floating through caverns full of crystal clear water, stalagmites and stalactites.
Gran Cenote gives something to do to the whole family, if you are not a divers you can still enjoy a great snorkel trip. Specially in those hut summer months the cenotes are a great source of cooling down.
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