Caverns exist in many areas where scuba divers venture; the Yucatan peninsula is one of the best places in the world that offer unique dives and beautiful landscapes.
The PADI Cavern Diver Specialty course gives you the knowledge and skills to explore caverns correctly – allowing you to enter far enough for adventure, but staying within the light zone for an easy exit to open water.
You need to be PADI Advanced Open Water Diver who is at least 18 years old to enroll in the Cavern Diver course.
3 days/4 dives – You’ll complete four scuba dives with the first focused on line handling, reel use and emergency procedures outside a cavern; and the next three dives put your new skills to use inside a cavern. You’ll also learn about: other specialized equipment for cavern diving, such as lights and redundant breathing systems; avoiding disorientation and anti-silting techniques; dive planning, including depth and distance limits and air management for cavern diving.
BACK MOUNT – Basic scuba equipment (BCD, reg, wet suit, mask, snkl and fins), a primary dive light and a smaller backup light, plus a line and reel
Cavern manual, certification, back mount tanks, full equipment, cenotes fee entrance, transportation from the dive shop to the cenote round trip, soft lunch, soft drinks and water.
Transfer from/to the hotel, primary lamp (40 usd), dive equipment & dive computer (60 usd)