Freshwater cave diving in the Yucatán Peninsula
Cave diving isn’t for the faint-hearted, weak swimmers or anyone who gets claustrophobic. However, if you can get past the idea of being sandwiched between solid rock and water, then you are in for a treat. Freshwater cave diving in Mexico is like no other kind of diving; you enter a vast hidden world. The Yucatán Peninsula is popular for its cenotes (large holes with their own cave systems), crystal-clear water and ancient stalactites.