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Cenote Angelita

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This is like peforming in a horror movie

the Cenote Angelita (“Little Angel”) was formed by a rock collapse and over time the sinkhole began... read more

Reviewed 4 August 2018
supermic
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amersfoort
Amazing experience

Amazing experience while passing thru halocline around 34 meter deep. No any movie or picture will... read more

Reviewed 25 February 2018
Mirgral
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Lomianki, Poland
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| 17 km al sur de Tulum, Tulum, Mexico
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Reviewed 4 August 2018

the Cenote Angelita (“Little Angel”) was formed by a rock collapse and over time the sinkhole began to trap both fresh and salt water deep. At over 100 ft (30 meters) deep, the mysterious waters provide divers with a surreal experience. From the surface, this...More

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Reviewed 30 April 2018

You walk through the woods to find this beautiful sinkhole. It is well known for divers since you have the switch from fresh water to salt water about 30 meters down and you see a hydrogen sulphide cloud that looks like a riverbed beneath you....More

1  Thank Henning F
Reviewed 25 February 2018

Amazing experience while passing thru halocline around 34 meter deep. No any movie or picture will give you "taste" of this place. If you are advanced diver, go there and enjoy!.

1  Thank Mirgral
Reviewed 1 January 2018

Choose well your group as this is a deep cenote and if you are with unexperienced divers they will suck their air after a minute in the cloud. also, be extremely careful not to drop anything until you are safe in the car. I saw...More

Thank Ema_Stefanova
Reviewed 6 December 2017 via mobile

To get to the centre you need to walk through the woods for a few minutes, carrying your dive gear. Once there it looks like a boring hole in the ground filled with water. But what's inside makes it spectacular. At around 30m there is...More

1  Thank Felix D
Reviewed 2 December 2017

When we arrived and I discovered that it would cost me an extra 500 pesos to dive with my camera I was very disappointed with that as I am an underwater photographer and the purpose of the trip was to photography this site. I knew...More

Thank Ken H
Reviewed 18 November 2017

I only had the chance to dive once in Tulum before going to Cozumel It really is an out of this world type experience. You can taste/smell the sulfur through the regulator which is veeeeery strange, and the day dive suddenly becomes a night dive!...More

Thank Alp S
Reviewed 29 October 2017 via mobile

We came back to Tulum in order to dive some more Cenotes and when we asked our tour operator, Yucatan Diving & Travel they recommended the dive in Angelita as it is unlike anything else. They were right, the dive was incredible. My wife, who...More

Thank mjdewitte
Reviewed 25 October 2017 via mobile

Get your wetsuit on before you get there, the mozzies are bad! The dive itself is amazing, seeing the tree emerge from the hydrogen sulfide cloud is truly unique once you get over the spookiness! With some guides you get to pass through the cloud...More

Thank Carla M
Reviewed 12 July 2017

Diving the Angelita Cenote is quite an exhilarating experience. The upper few meters are quite dark with poor viz and the the fresh water becomes absolutely cleat until you reach the hydrogen sulfide layer at 30m. Below this cloudy dense layer lies the salt water....More

Thank Dajoma
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