Scuba 2 Tank Cavern
Cave diving in Cancun and Riviera Maya can be an unparalleled experience ... The cavern is defined as the area with ambient light with sunlight at the entrance or cenote.
The cavern zone is the transition zone between the open water zone of the cenote and the dark zone of the cave. A Cavern dive is different from open water dives in the Sea or a cave dive. Diving in the caverns is a unique experience. It gives you a taste of what diving in caves is without ceasing to be the safe area near the Cenote Entrance or Exit.
Why do diving in Caverns in Cancun?
DIVING IN CAVERNS IN CANCUN A NEW EXPERIENCE
Caverns is different from diving in open waters since you will be diving in a roofed environment, without direct access to the surface during an art of diving.
For this reason, it is important that you only dive with an appropriate certified guide who through a pre-dive explanation will include important information such as safety rules, procedures during the dive and actions to take in case of a mishap during the dive. So you will enjoy more of your cave diving.
Dive in the crystal clear (250 ft. plus visibility and fresh water you can drink) cenotes of the Yucatan Peninsula, just north of the Mayan ruins of Tulum, that have been featured in National Geographic T.V. specials.
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