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 The pit

Mexico, Yucatan, Tulum

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 20° 20.687' N
Longitude: 87° 25.304' W

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English (Translate this text in English): Traveling from Tulum it is a short drive north on highway 307 of 14 km to the Ejido entrance. From the entrance a rough road is followed inland for 5.5 km, gradually the road becomes less of a road and more of a rocky track to a small pull off area where we leave the vehicle. Continuing on a rough and rocky path, we hike our dive gear – tanks, weights and all 300 m to the edge of the cenote

English (Translate this text in English): Traveling from Tulum it is a short drive north on highway 307 of 14 km to the Ejido entrance. From the entrance a rough road is followed inland for 5.5 km, gradually the road becomes less of a road and more of a rocky track to a small pull off area where we leave the vehicle. Continuing on a rough and rocky path, we hike our dive gear – tanks, weights and all 300 m to the edge of the cenote

Traveling from Tulum it is a short drive north on highway 307 of 14 km to the Ejido entrance. From the entrance a rough road is followed inland for 5.5 km, gradually the road becomes less of a road and more of a rocky track to a small pull off area where we leave the vehicle. Continuing on a rough and rocky path, we hike our dive gear – tanks, weights and all 300 m to the edge of the cenote

English (Translate this text in English): Traveling from Tulum it is a short drive north on highway 307 of 14 km to the Ejido entrance. From the entrance a rough road is followed inland for 5.5 km, gradually the road becomes less of a road and more of a rocky track to a small pull off area where we leave the vehicle. Continuing on a rough and rocky path, we hike our dive gear – tanks, weights and all 300 m to the edge of the cenote

English (Translate this text in English): Traveling from Tulum it is a short drive north on highway 307 of 14 km to the Ejido entrance. From the entrance a rough road is followed inland for 5.5 km, gradually the road becomes less of a road and more of a rocky track to a small pull off area where we leave the vehicle. Continuing on a rough and rocky path, we hike our dive gear – tanks, weights and all 300 m to the edge of the cenote

English (Translate this text in English): Traveling from Tulum it is a short drive north on highway 307 of 14 km to the Ejido entrance. From the entrance a rough road is followed inland for 5.5 km, gradually the road becomes less of a road and more of a rocky track to a small pull off area where we leave the vehicle. Continuing on a rough and rocky path, we hike our dive gear – tanks, weights and all 300 m to the edge of the cenote

English (Translate this text in English): Traveling from Tulum it is a short drive north on highway 307 of 14 km to the Ejido entrance. From the entrance a rough road is followed inland for 5.5 km, gradually the road becomes less of a road and more of a rocky track to a small pull off area where we leave the vehicle. Continuing on a rough and rocky path, we hike our dive gear – tanks, weights and all 300 m to the edge of the cenote

English (Translate this text in English): Traveling from Tulum it is a short drive north on highway 307 of 14 km to the Ejido entrance. From the entrance a rough road is followed inland for 5.5 km, gradually the road becomes less of a road and more of a rocky track to a small pull off area where we leave the vehicle. Continuing on a rough and rocky path, we hike our dive gear – tanks, weights and all 300 m to the edge of the cenote

English (Translate this text in English): Traveling from Tulum it is a short drive north on highway 307 of 14 km to the Ejido entrance. From the entrance a rough road is followed inland for 5.5 km, gradually the road becomes less of a road and more of a rocky track to a small pull off area where we leave the vehicle. Continuing on a rough and rocky path, we hike our dive gear – tanks, weights and all 300 m to the edge of the cenote

How? From shore

Distance Short walk from shore (< 5min)

Easy to find? Hard to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 15 m / 49.2 ft

Max depth 56 m / 183.7 ft

Current None

Visibility Excellent ( > 30 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Good

Experience CMAS ** / AOW

Bio interest None

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The pit
By yan.huiban
Apr 1, 2016
Sejour LP Mer Chaude 2016 - le plus beau Cenotes ! une fosse naturelle  brouillard de souffre, haloclim ambiance sleepy halow stalactites et stalacmites chauves souris , magnifique visite de grotte, fossiles  6kg de lest, avec combi 5mm scubapr
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