We heard that if you come to Mexico you have to do a Cenote dive, that it was a must see. My husband is a little claustrophobic and had some concerns. We happen to be walking past Scuba Tulum's dive shop and stopped in. We ended up talking with Marina, the owner, for quite sometime. She was extremely knowledgeable and really made my husband feel comfortable by showing us the detailed Cenote maps. She even let us take her Steve Gerrard cenote book home so we can read up on Cenote diving.
She recommended Dos Ejos and Grand Cenote for our dives based on our comfort level. We met her and Brenda our dive guide the next morning at Dos Ejos Cenote. My husband expressed some concerns that he didn't feel comfortable and wanted to abandon the dive. Marina took the time to explain and show in more detail additional inside pictures of the cenotes and show how open they were to the sun light. The two we did had very few areas that were not open in a short distance. He decided to do the dive and was so glad he did.
Marina and Brenda are so nice and knowledgeable. They really made us feel comfortable and if there were any concerns or issues, we could stop the dive. They are extra cautious and overly safe with their dives and gear they carry. We got a thorough briefing and a tour of the cenote and surrounding area before we did the actual dive. It was very informative.
This dive shop and staff are top notch! Glad we did the dives and buy the photos at the end, they are incredible and very affordable. The photo outfit actually throws in pics from their cenote library if you buy all your dive photos which are $40 USD. We got between 8-10 photos of us going through the cenote, so this is great value!
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