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TDI Cave Diver diving in Tulum

Cave & Tech Diving

Cave & Tech Diving

The Yucatan Peninsula is home to some of the best cave diving in the world. There are hundreds of kilometres of explored and mapped cave passages which offer us the possibilities of cave diving. Particularly in and around Tulum the underground rivers (cave systems) with mostly freshwater are endless. Cave diving start with cavern diving. Caverns are basically the entrances to the caves. Caverns are also known as cenotes. The word cenote comes from the Mayan word dzonot and means "sink hole".

We offer all levels of TDI cave training from Cavern Diver to Full Cave Diver - We also offer guided Intro to Cave Dives and Cave Dives. For more info about Cavern Diving, please click here.

If you want to know more about how the caves were formed, please click here

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Stop sign in cave - Tulum cave diving


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Satisfaction delivered

"If you’re looking for an operator with knowledge, flexibility, and personability, look no further! Diving with Marc & Hannah was one of the best diving trips thus far - essentially a personally tailored couple days where they provided excellent guiding in and out of the water. Thanks again for the good times Marc & Hannah."

Dan C.

"Amazing diving today with Marc in cenotes Los Dos Ojos! Marc was super professional and friendly, I highly recommend to dive with him ! Thanks again."

Zoe L.

"Marc was incredibly knowledgeable and very friendly. We had an absolutely amazing day exploring the cenotes. I can't recommend him enough."

A. Gerrod

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Experience the magic of cave diving in Tulum

Cave diving in cenote around Tulum
Sidemount cave diver training around Tulum
Cave diving in cenote around Tulum
Sidemount setup ready for cave dive
Cave diving entrance near Puerto Aventuras
Air dome in cenote near Tulum
Stunning formation in cenote near Tulum
Stalagmites and stalactites in cenote near Tulum
Sidemount diver in cenote
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