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Chac Mool & Kukulkan

Chac  Mool

Open daily, but restaurant closed on Sunday.
Facility: Easy entrance, clean toilets, solid tables for equipment at the parking.
Lot  close to the main entrance and Little Brother entrance.
Max depth: 13m/40ft

Entrance to Chac-Mool is appears on right just  as you descend the Puerto Aventuras bridge if coming from Playa del Carmen.  A 5 minute drive on a good dirt road leads you to the main area.
As in Dos Ojos, cenote Chac-Mool has a huge central area where you can do 2 different dives.  Typically, we choose the Chac-Mool dive as the second dive of the day.  As in Kukulkan, halocline can be found at a depth of 11m/30 ft.

In summer, the surface water of Chac-Mool cenote can be murky and full of micro algae down up to a depth of 2 m.  It is an incredible view from below through the crystal clear water and up to the greenish sky.  With the many sunken trees and branches, the cenote looks surreal and like something out of a fairy tale.  In winter, the view is clear and the water surface, undisturbed by diver bubbles, works like a magnifying glass and you literally can see the birds singing in the trees from a depth of 10m.

Open daily, but restaurant closed on Sunday.
Facility:  Easy entrance, clean toilets, solid tables for equipment at the parking space close to Little Brother entrance.
Max depth:  15m/45ft

Kukulkan is a  great cenote to start your first experience in a guided cavern diving excursion.  It has a wide open area where you can get used to diving in fresh water before we head into the overhead environment.  Most dive shops bring their first-day clients here as it is relatively close to Playa and with Chac-Mool close by, you can do both dives of the day at the same spot.
However, even for an experienced diver and photographer, cenote.