Encounter the Underwater Magic of Tulum Diving
If you enjoy underwater activities, you’ll love the Tulum diving experience
in this lovely part of Mexico. A combination of translucent waters, dazzling coral and marine life, and unique sub-aquatic caves makes diving here a wonderful adventure.
This scenic area known as the Riviera Maya features the world’s second largest reef, home to a stunning range of sea-life including turtles, sharks, lobsters and squid
Located overlooking the translucent waters of Soliman Bay, the Jashita Hotel is ideally positioned to organise a complete range of aquatic pursuits.
You might wish to start off with some
- diving kayaking
- or paddle boarding
in Soliman Bay. Protected by the reef, you can safely enjoy its clear waters all year long. Enjoy swimming with an array of marine life including rays, turtles and shimmering schools of tropical fish.
Supervised by Padi qualified guides, you can be assured of a safe experience. In fact, if you’re new to diving you can train for your Padi certification in this lovely part of the world.
One magical way to enjoy this underwater wonderland is with a night session. Diving in the dark and viewing the sea creatures in their natural habitat is an enchanting experience. Spot a curious octopus peering out from the rocks and see lobsters scuttling along on the sea bed.
For the more adventurous, one of the unique diving experiences in the area involves entering the local cenotes (pronounced ‘say-no-tay’). Derived from the Mayan term for ‘sacred well’, cenotes are sinkholes into the limestone rocks around Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula.
Venerated as the gateway to the underworld by the ancient Mayas, these cenotes offer you a chance to explore underground caverns and rivers
The renowned Dos Ojos cenote is only 4.8 km away from the Jashita Hotel making for an easy day trip. It’s ideal for snorkelling as well as an unique Tulum diving adventure