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Yucatan Peninsula Mexico Cenote Adventure

Nestled in the exclusive area of Puerto Aventuras, the remarkable coast of Mexico's Caribbean, Riviera Maya is a small paradise to enjoy in style. Discovering its mesmerizing landscapes and captivating beaches is a real pleasure for nature lovers. The Mayan Riviera bears some of the world’s best kept secrets. The cenotes and caverns are located throughout the jungle in an ancient underwater river system. Nowhere else in the world can you enter such magnificently decorated and spiritually sensitive area that opens a whole new realm to your diving ability and experience.

About the Resort: Catalonia Riviera Maya Resort & Spa

The all-inclusive, luxury resort and spa is located in the exclusive area of the Caribbean coast called Puerto Aventuras. It is situated right in the heart of Riviera Maya, a short drive away from Playa del Carmen, and near Cancun International Airport, making the journey a breeze. Spend your down-time sunning yourself on the pristine beach, sipping cocktails at the bar or swimming in one of the 5 expansive pools on property; Or if you really want to unwind, book yourself a massage at the spa!

What is a Cenote?

These secret underground caverns are formed when limestone caves in, leaving a hole in the earth that leads to a pool of, often gorgeous, turquoise-colored water. The Yucatan Peninsula alone is home to approximately 7,000 different cenotes. Most cave cenotes have fresh water that has been meticulously filtered by the earth, making them so clear and pure that you can see straight through the water to small fish frolicking in the plant life below. The Mayans revered cenotes because they were a water source in dry times; the name cenote actually means 'sacred well'. Mayans settled villages around these spiritual wells and believed that they were a portal to speak with the gods. Today, you can still see why cenotes held the Mayans in awe. Swimming in the pristine waters feels like stepping into prehistory, where giant tropical trees and vines form wild cathedral walls leading up to shafts of sunlight. 

What's Included? 7 night's accommodations, all inclusive resort, 3 days 2 tank reef dives, 2 days 2 tank cenote diving

What's not included? Nitrox, International Travel


Dbl Occupancy $1,400

Single Occupancy $2,300

Non-Diver $880

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