Carribean Scuba Dive Adventure

This week on the sun-drenched sands of Tulum, Mexico is the perfect way to shed the winter chill and prepare for spring. Each day you will enjoy yoga and meditation, amazing meals, cultural exploration,scuba diving, and relaxation on the white sand beaches. You will visit ancient Mayan Ruins, swim in cenotes and dive in the warm water’s that behold theworld’s 2nd largest reef, The Great Mayan Reef. Yourbeautiful eco-sensible cabana is set upon the gorgeous coastline and will ease you into a rhythm of peace and calm as you fall asleep to the waves lapping upon the shore.

~Dive into the crystal blue waters of the Mayan Riviera.
Explore the depths of your breath with empowering and devotional yoga andpranayam.
Reconnect with Spirit and community.
Find yourself in PARADISE! ~

Tulum is one of the most beautiful places on the planet, a true paradise. The Mayan Riviera is home to the famoussoft white sand beachesand crystal clear turquoise blue water,fresh watercenotes, world-renownedruins along the coast and in the jungle, and small pueblo culture. This is a traveler’s paradise for tourists from around the world. Tulum is the perfect place to combine total relaxation and never-ending adventure. This quiet section of the Caribbean coast offers perfect access to diving, ruins, and the centoes.

Scuba diving in Tulum is a once in a lifetime experience because it is the only place in the world where you can reef, cave, and cenote dive in just one day. The water in this part of Mexico is remarkably clean and teeming with marine life. It is important to note that even those with no scuba diving experience can dive in Tulum.We will offer options to get PADI certified. With 1000 kilometers of coral reef, The Great Mayan Reef is anepic dive site with a widevariety of fish, algae, corals and other sea animals that can be found living in this astounding playground.

Tulum is known for its unique cenotes; Mother Nature's own natural phenomena. The crystalline fresh water pools are immersed in history and Mayanritualas they have provided freshwater to the land inhabitants for millennia. Thecenotes have beencarved by timeto create a vast network of subterranean aquatic caves in the stone. The result is a labyrinth filled with fresh spring water and has become a diver's playground. 36 cenotes are connected by more than 42 miles of underwater caves that plungeto depths of more than 230 feet.

The Mayan ruins will bea precious and spectacularhighlight to your visit as we journey through the Yucatan region. Of all the Mayan ruins, the CobaRuinas are the most significant. We will visit Coba, which translates to‘murky waters’, andrepresents the five lakes in the Yucatan. The major attraction in Coba is the NohochMul, which houses the highest Mayan pyramid in the Yucatan. We will also visit the Tulum ruins which are located right on the waters edge and deliver picturesque views of the past.

One evening you will experience a Temazcal, also known as temazcalli, a traditional native Mexican American purification ceremony. It's similar to the sweat lodge, or inipi, of the Lakotas in the western United States. Temazcal is a spiritual ceremony conducted within a hot vapor bath inside a brick dome. These ceremonies work with the elements of fire, water, and prayer to purify and are said to cure or relieve symptoms of many ailments including physical, mental or emotional illnesses as well as reconnect people to their hearts and spirit.

Who Knew?

The Cenotesoriginated during the mass extinction event that occurred 65 million years ago. An asteroid the size of San Francisco, traveling at almost 18 miles per second, hurtled from deep space, smashing into the Yucatan Peninsula near the Gulf of Mexico. Molten rock, ash and other ejected debris were flung into the upper atmosphere, darkening our entire planet. It is now widely accepted that this collision, either on its own or in concert with other events, led to the demise of the dinosaurs. Luckily, many early mammals, among them human ancestors, survived the disaster. The impact caused the thick limestone bedrock of the Yucatán to vaporize and release its stored carbon dioxide, resulting in uniquely fissured, porous rock. Over subsequent millennia a combination of natural phenomena — including rainwater corrosion, water table decline during the ice age and flooding — carved a vast network of subterranean aquatic caves in the stone and later exposed them to the world. The resulting labyrinth filled with fresh spring water and has now become a diver's playground.


  • Duration: 7 Days
  • Location: Tulum, Mexico
  • Elevation: Sea Level
  • Trekking: no
  • All In: $3000 USD
  • Deadline: Jan 1st


  • Scuba diving
  • Mayan Ruins: Coba and Tulum
  • Yoga and meditation
  • Temezcal
  • Zip Line
  • Cenotes
  • Sun Bathing
  • Beach walks
  • Optional: Snorkeling, Kite boarding, Massage and spa treatments, PADI Certification

    Carbon 'Flight'print

  • Distance: US 6000 Miles
  • CO2: US .8 MTonnes
  • Cost to Offset: $20
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