Come join our dive team for a meeting about diving the Cenotes in Mexico! Cenotes are sinkholes that form when limestone collapses and leaves a hole (many times with gorgeous turquoise-colored water) in the earth. These beautiful pools of water can be open or covered and are fascinating to explore! The Yucatan Peninsula houses over 6,000 cenotes – many of which were used by the Mayans as water sources or for sacrificial offerings – so it’s a history lesson and adventure all in one! Dos Ojos and Cenote Calavera (aka Temple of Doom) in Tulum are some of the most popular dive sites, but you can also snorkel in the water or just explore many of the caves on foot.