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    Recommended Cenotes ?? ( mexico)

    I'm off to Play Del Carmen in December , has anyone got any tips "must do" most impressive cenotes ? I'll be there for a week , On the hit list so far :

    Chikin Ha

    Tajma Ha

    Dos Ojos

    The pit

    Dream Gate

    Danke : )

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    Eden?

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    Calavera is worth adding in if you like the entry / exit

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    Wife and I enjoyed Angelita when we were there last year.

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    Zapote and Angelita. Although have to do on separate days as approx 2 hrs apart.

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    You lucky bugger! We were there in Feb. Diving the cenotes is a privilege. They are beautiful. I would second El Pit: blew my mind. Try to make time to visit Cozumel: some of the best reef diving I have ever done. Don't bother with the bull shark dive on the mainland: it's a load of bollox!

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    thanks for all the ideas , i've added them to my list . : )
    @nidge in terms of reef diving in Cozumel , how does it compare to the red sea ? I've just been to Hurghada for a few days

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    Quote Originally Posted by neilcharlton View Post
    thanks for all the ideas , i've added them to my list . : )
    @nidge in terms of reef diving in Cozumel , how does it compare to the red sea ? I've just been to Hurghada for a few days
    Hi Neil, I prefer the reefs off Cozumel over the reefs off Hurghada. The light seemed warmer, if that makes sense. Lots of blue and purple in the colours of the reefs. Huge sponge coral, mobula rays, flying fish, moray, barracuda. The topography is volcanic rock, so lots of caves and swimthroughs. Usual Caribbean marine life, in large numbers. Fewer divers in the water as well. There's a dive called the Devil's Throat which was a gas.

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    I'm off to Playa Del Carmen in just under two weeks.
    The reef reports has persuaded me to take a proper camera rather than wing it with a point and shoot.
    Might try some cenotes too but nothing too wild.

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    Quote Originally Posted by witchieblackcat View Post
    I'm off to Playa Del Carmen in just under two weeks.
    The reef reports has persuaded me to take a proper camera rather than wing it with a point and shoot.
    Might try some cenotes too but nothing too wild.
    Oh, you REALLY must dive a few Cenotes. Mindblowing. Ask for El Pit especially.


 
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