CAVE, CAVERN DIVING | DIVING TRAINING FACILITY
CAVE, CAVERN DIVING | CENOTE XPLORE
Welcome! – ¡Bienvenido! – Bem vinda!
Cenote Xplore diving center and training facility in the location Playa del Carmen to take advantage of some of the best diving in the world. Our facility is based in the heart of in Rivera Maya, peninsula Yukatan offers the highest standards and quality with the most complete diving services available.
Diving and educational programms on recreational, cave and technical diving in our facility “Cenote Xplore” are carried out according to international standards of IANTD (International Association of Nitrox and Technical Divers), PADI (Professional Association Diving Instructors), DSAT (Diving Science & Technology) associations.
Our team is a unity of highly professional people, with more than 14-year experience in diving and teaching all over the world.
Facility Cenote Xplore is specializing in cavern and cave diving, which offers a personalized service based on the needs and requirements of each client.
In addition to diving in the cenotes and caves, we also offer scuba diving in the sea in Playa del Carmen and Cozumel.
We teach diving programms recreational, technical & cave IANTD, PADI and DSAT including any kind of specializations (including such programms as Tec Rec Trimix Diver).
While diving we pay great attention to the aspects of environmental protection, preserving and investigation of the underwater world for future generations.
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The Guided Cave Dive experience allows you to make the most of your time and maximize your diving experience. With our team of a highly experienced Cave Divers and Instructors you can see the best caves in area. We will provide:
- Transportation from downtown Playa del Carmen along with our friendly expert service
- Tanks, gases (Nitrox, Trimix)
- First aid kit, tool kit
- All equipment both for cave, technical and recreational diving
- We can arrange photo and video shoots of your dive to capture your adventure
- All dives are planned with Safety and Conservation as priorities