With access to dives both inland and out to sea, Tulum’s diving scene is a unique mix of cenotes and reefs.
Right on the Tulum coast, there is the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve. Most of this area is inaccessible, but some local operators have permits to dive in these intact sections of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef. Outside the Biosphere Reserve, 7 other reef sites allow guests to get up close to the area’s biodiversity. These can be accessed on a short speedboat ride from the city.
West of Tulum, the best cenotes are just a few minutes away by car. About 10 of these are dived on a regular basis. Many require technical diving experience, but some are fairly easy for beginners and offer a fantastic introduction to cave diving. To blow bubbles in a cenote, you’ll have to do a little heavy lifting. The entrance to the water usually goes down several steps.
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