trips and adventures


We love to go and do our own diving. If you are looking to build experience or just need a team-mate get in touch. We’d love to have you along. Unless you retain us to teach or guide there are no charges for joining a trip

Diving in Mexico - Tulum

Some of the world’s best cave diving in warm cenotes with incredible decorations.


Tulum is a town on the Caribbean coastline of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula. It’s known for its beaches and well-preserved ruins of an ancient Mayan port city. The main building is a large stone structure called El Castillo (castle), perched on a rocky cliff above the white sand beach and turquoise sea. Near the ruins is the Parque Nacional Tulum, a coastal area with mangroves and cenotes (natural limestone sinkholes).


Getting There 90€
Staying There 50€
Diving 60€
Eating Out 30€

past or upcoming trips

Planning now for 2022
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how to get there

Fly into Playa Del Carmen on the Yucutan, plenty of connections form all major airports. The best option is to rent a car. Use one of the big agencies though, otherwise you can guarantee an incident

Get in touch for advice on the easiest way.

about the diving

On the Eastern side of the Yucatan Peninsula, connected to the Caribbean Sea, just beneath the rocky surface, lies the world’s largest network of submerged cave systems. Since the mid 1980’s more than 1000 Cave (Cenote) entrances have been discovered, and more than 1300km/800miles of underwater cave passage has been explored and surveyed. This is just the tip of the iceberg, as explorers make new discoveries and extend known systems every week.

Ox Bel Ha (Three Paths of Water) and Sac Aktun (The White Cave) are the two longest underwater cave systems in the world, both are within a 5 minute drive of our Tulum facility. There are 70+ other systems within a 30 minute drive.

Mexican caves are generally characterised by their complexity, low flow, shallow depths, extreme water clarity, and abundant decorations. Average depths are in the 12m/40ft range, with many much shallower, and a few much deeper. Visibility is often further than your light will penetrate, especially in the deeper salt water layer beneath the halocline (the interface between fresh and salt water). Swimming above the salt water layer can give one the impression of flying. Stalactites, stalagmites, columns, flow stones, draperies, travertine pools, soda straws, and many other decorative formations that we have no idea how to describe are the true signature of the Mexican cave diving experience.

our partners in the country

Third Dimension Diving –  www.thirddimensiondiving.com

when we normally go

Mexico is an ideal winter break destination so for us its October to March. Sun, awesome cave diving, beer and tacos….


  • The Pit
  • Dos Ochos
  • Jailhouse
  • Nohoch Na Chich
    • the list goes on, and on and on -With so much cave and such an enormous amount of diversity, we can assure you that each return visit will bring a fresh sense of personal exploration and discovery.


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