Casa Cenote S.A. DE C.V.

Carratera Cancun - Tulum

Interior Fraccionamento Tankah

Caribe Lote 32 Manzana 3

Quintana Roo Mexico

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EXPERIENCE MEXICO LIKE NEVER BEFORE!

EXPLORE.
DREAM.
DISCOVER.

A combination of various geological events and climate changes created an incredible and unique eco-system in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. Created naturally over 6,500 years ago, the cenotes (pronounced say-no-tay, meaning "sacred well") are filled with crystal clear, fresh water opening to a vast system of underground caverns, tunnels and chambers. For thousands of years, these caves had been dry, forming stalagmites, stalactites, columns and flowstones. In some places, the land above subterranean rivers have collapsed, creating access for divers to explore these ancient passageways.

In Quintana Roo in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico is a diver’s Mecca for cavern and cave diving since 1987 when exploration of Dos Ojos started. In the jungles nearby Tulum lie the three longest underwater cave systems known on earth. The coastal region has over 100 entrances and miles upon miles of passageway...most of it is just spectacularly beautiful!

Tulum's greatest attraction is its location. It stands on a bluff facing the rising sun looking out on views of the Caribbean that are nothing less than spectacular. In Maya, Tulum means "Wall", and the city was christened thus because it is a walled city; one of the very few the ancients ever built. Research suggests it was formerly called Zama or "to dawn" in its day, which is appropriate given the location.

Chichen Itza, located in the eastern Yucatán state in Mexico. The northern Yucatán Peninsula is arid, and the rivers in the interior all run underground. There are two large natural sink holes, called cenotes, that could provide plentiful water year round at Chichen, making it attractive for settlement. Of the two cenotes, the "Cenote Sagrado" or Sacred Cenote (also variously known as the Sacred Well or Well of Sacrifice), is the most famous.

Join us in this amazing adventure! In summertime hundreds of whale sharks swim to the Caribbean, near Cancun, to stay and feed themselves on Plankton. Our boats leave daily from Cancun to get to the whale sharks area between Isla Mujeres and Isla Holbox. Our experienced bilingual guides will make your whale shark swimming or watching experience the highlight of your holiday.

El Camaleon Golf Course annually hosts the OHL Classic at Mayakoba, the only PGA Tour Event held in Mexico. Designed by the legendary Greg Norman, the 7,000-yard layout is unique not just to this country but to the entire golfing kingdom. As its name suggests, El Camaleón is ever changing. The stunning golf course bends through three distinct landscapes. Dense jungle, mangrove forests, and stunning oceanfront stretches of sand and is bisected by limestone canals.

The Yucatán contains an abundance of eco-parks and natural reserves, but few compare to the breadth and natural wonder of Sian Ka'an. Just south of Tulum, the reserve contains more than 1.2 million acres of estuaries, reefs, cenotes, and wetlands. Within the park you can take tours of the local wildlife, take part in a diving or snorkeling tour, or simply just tour around the beautiful and expansive park.Travelers on TripAdvisor remark that the park is well worth the visit, especially considering its small price tag. Many stayed the entire day, but some even took two days to explore the expansive area.

Deep Sea Fishing is generally trolling using outriggers and downriggers.  On our deep sea fishing trips, we'll have a minimum of 5 lines in the water at all times to maximize your chances of catching fish.  On a deep sea sportfishing trip, you're most likely to bring in Blue and White Marlin, Sailfish, Wahoo, Mahi Mahi, Amberjack and Barracuda.