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Private Cave diving guide in Mexico

The Mexican Caves are easily accessed, mostly shallow around 12m average depths with good visibility and warm temperatures of around 25 degrees allowing long penetration dives and excellent conditions.

Many of the cave dive sites are privately owned and charge a minimal entry fee ranging between $10 to $15 dollars local. At some of the sites you will find toilets and changing rooms, most sites have a platforms and ladders in which to enter and exit the water, with parking close by.

During your time you can plan with your guide what type of cave dive you would like to make maybe it's a long penetration using scooters and rebreather or just target the spectacular and more photographic spots taking your time to enjoy the scenic beauty and grab a few awesome cave shots.

Many of my customers return and fall in love with the diving in Mexico, there are several projects running year round mapping, surveying and exploring new caves, if this is something you are interested in then of course feel free to ask we always need a helping hand.

I always ensure safety and conservation so divers looking to dive the caves with me must understand there are some local rules and regulations to ensure the welfare of our divers and the environments we dive. Some of these include:

GENERAL RULES: No knives, Gloves or Snorkels. Touch nothing, take nothing, leave nothing. Streamline Equipment: no dangling bits, No grabbing or pulling on speleothems. Try not to touch or disturb sediments or mark them in any way. Position and buoyancy control are key to good, safe and enjoyable cavern and cave diving. The divers' position should be horizontal, preventing the legs and fins dropping and stirring up sediments from the floor of the cavern. As well divers should be practiced in appropriate propulsion technique such as the frog kick to push the water to the sides and not to the ceiling or the floor.


For further information on cave diving with me or training in cave diving techniques please feel free to contact us we are always happy to answer your questions.