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Guided cave diving in Mexico


The Yucatan peninsula is the region of the world where we find the largest number of flooded caves.


There are more than 1500 kilometers of explored galleries, some of them mapped. Quintana Roo contains 335 cave systems, including the three largest flooded cave systems in the world (Sac Aktun and Ox Bel Ha). The Riviera Maya is the paradise destination for speleological divers worldwide. The geological variety of these systems guarantees that you will never be bored in this subterranean world.


The flooded networks of the Riviera Maya are not deep, averaging ten meters, with only a few exceptions. These systems are, however, complex, and it’s essential to have perfect planning and a good knowledge of the location to enjoy these dives.


This is why David Mayor offers his services as a cave diver guide, allowing you take maximum advantage of your diving holiday. You will be guided through some of the less-visited Cenotes, and thanks to his excellent knowledge of the caves you will discover some of the most beautiful and unusual galleries.

You can choose from several options, including a single dive, a longer dive with a stage tank (for certified Stage Cave Divers), or two dives in one day :

- Number of dives: One or two. 

- Minimum required level: Intro to Cave or equivalent.

- Required equipment: Double tank configuration, Sidemount, or rebreather.


Two caves dive with  double set or sidemount set or one dive with stage per day.

CCR Cave Diving and DPV Cave Diving look at the note at the end of the page.

- 1 day and 1 cave dive.

Price :  180USD / day & diver.

- 1 day and 2 cave dives.

Price : 230 USD / day & diver.

- 1 day and 1 stage cave dive.

Price : 230USD / day & diver.

- 1 day and 1 DPV & stages cave dive.

Price : 300 USD / day & diver.

- Two divers: 10%

- From 4 to 6 days: 5%

- From 7 days: 10%



For groups, please contact us.

Extra fees :

Oxygen decompression cylinders with regulator: 20 USD / dive.

CCR dive : 20 USD / dive.

Please note :

Prices include transportation from the dive center to the dive site and back, rental of cylinders and Air or Nitrox 32%. The necessary ballast., Oxygène for CCR,  DPV rental, gaz analyzer.

The prices do not include:

Entrances to cenotes, lunch and drinks, personal diving equipment (possibility to rent it), absorbent for CCR scruber (Sofnolime) (ask for the price), Helium if necessary (ask for the price), Nitrox more 32%.

Camera tax for some Cenotes.


Cenote Cave Diving is able to provide you with logistical support and help in planning your photographic or video project.
David Mayor is a photographer and videographer and has worked for TV shows and documentaries.

Link Photo/Video shoot

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