Explore breathtaking dive sites in total safety.
As a beginner, an advanced or a technical diver, Zen Diving Tulum takes you along to make your diving holidays in the Mexican caribbean amazing and unforgettable.
Our main focus will always be safety, you will be guided by professional dive guides at least Divemaster and full cave divers with a lot of experience in the Cenotes and a perfect knowledge of all of them.
The Yucatan cenotes have taken millions of years to form. Starting as a coral reef, the first Ice Age decreased the sea level to expose the reef killing the coral and leaving a mass of limestone.
Rainwater filtered trough the porous plateau forming underground rivers, providing the perfect irrigation system for a jungle to grow. The dense jungle’s roots grew, splitting and cracking the rock.
In some places creating such weak spots that the upper crust collapsed forming what we now know as sinkholes or cenotes.
The other geological factor that makes this area so unique is the impact from the meteor responsible for the extinction of the dinosaurs that hit the northern Yucatan peninsula.
The area has more than 6000 cenotes and the best are found in close proximity to Tulum. The cenotes are filled with crystal clear fresh water at a temperature around 25°C all year around, making it a cave divers paradise boasting the worlds most unique diving conditions with millions of limestone formations such as stalagtites, stalagmites and columns, prehistoric bones, archeological artefacts and haloclines.
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