Join our Cenote Dive in Isla Mujeres and explore the stunning cenotes of Tajma Ha and Chikin Ha. This experience is perfect for certified divers looking to explore the underwater natural wonders of the Yucatan Peninsula with the guidance of our certified instructors.
A cenote is considered one of the oldest and most enigmatic bodies of water. There, you will observe crystal clear waters, rock formations, various species of flora and fauna, and mind-blowing haloclines.
Transportation to the meeting point *Contact to quote.
Professional photography 85 USD *ONLY WITH PRIOR RESERVATION
Wetsuit rental 10 USD
Duration: 5 hours.
Starting point: Marina Aquafun, Blvd Kukulcan Km 16.261, Zona Hotelera, 77500 Cancún, Q.R., Mexico.
Please note that you must be Open Water certified (or equivalent) to book this adventure. If you don’t have a scuba diving certification, you can still join our scuba diving classes!
Cenotes are natural underground caves with permanent water or underground rivers that are found throughout the Yucatan Peninsula. In this experience, you will explore the Tajma Ha cenote and the Chikin Ha cenote in the Riviera Maya.
Tajma Ha is a cenote known for its stalactites and stalagmites. Its variety of fish and other marine life makes it a popular destination for underwater exploration.
Chikin Ha is an open-air cenote surrounded by lush jungle vegetation. It is also home to various species of fish and other aquatic species, as well as several species of bats.
Swimming in both Tajma Ha and Chikin Ha is a unique adventure you cannot miss when in Mexico!
A1: Cenotes are natural underground caves or sinkholes with permanent water that are found throughout the Yucatan Peninsula. They are often filled with crystal clear waters, rock formations, various species of flora and fauna, and mind-blowing haloclines.
A2: You will visit two freshwater cenotes: Tajma Ha and Chikin Ha, both located on Isla Mujeres.
A3: Tajma Ha is known for its stalactites and stalagmites. Its variety of fish and other marine life makes it a popular destination for underwater exploration.
A4: Chikin Ha is an open-air cenote known for its lush jungle vegetation, variety of fish, as well as several species of bats.
A5: Yes, you are generally allowed to take photos in the cenotes, but it’s important to follow any guidelines set by the cenote or your guide.
A6: the price includes scuba gear (BCD vest, mask, snorkel, fins, tank, regulator), 2 dives in the cenotes, a certified instructor, lunch, all entrance fees to the cenotes and legal fees, and transportation from the meeting point.