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The Caverns in Mexico or the Riviera Maya Cenotes are in the World Guinness record for the longest cave and cavern dive systems in the world. Located about 30 minutes South of Cancun, one can embark on an underwater journey through incredible limestone caverns that were once dry.The fact that these caves used to be dry is what helps make this dive an even more exciting experience. After thousands of years of dripping rain water, stalagmites and stalactites formed incredible formations that cast eery shadows on the underwater walls.

Another interesting attribute to this particular dive is that there is both salt and freshwater mixing together like oil and water. When you first enter the water, it is freshwater and very clear. As you begin to descend, however, and transition into the salt water, the solution becomes extremely blurry. I took some VIDEO, which you can see below…

VIDEO: I am the 2nd diver you see, wearing the purple fins and wetsuit…


Cavern Diving in Mexico-

Cave Diving in Mexico

 

Cave Diving in Mexico

 

Cave Diving in Mexico

 

Cave Diving in Mexico

 

Cave Diving in Mexico