Facility: Toilets, tables, attendant on site, a very long walk to the entrance and a jump of 3 m/10 ft or some climbing down.
Maximum depth: 30 m/100 ft or 35 m/115 ft depending on your level of training and comfort.
This cenote is a typical sinkhole meaning it is a round shaft going down. The collapsed roof piled up at the bottom to form a ceiling collapse hill and peeps of of the thick hydrogen sulfate layer. This layer is stuck between fresh and salt water and shuts all day light out once we descend into it.
This is not a beginner dive because of depth and the dive profile. We have a free descent without reference as visibility at the surface area is never great. We also have to monitor our no-decompression limits closely. Once you get your dive going, the buoyancy is set and as you look around, once again, you will say that this is something truly special and worth every effort getting there.