Ambiance Cave Fresh water
This dive site is must do for advanced divers who are looking for something a little different . The name means " angel " in English and can not be a better way to describe this magical place . The setting is perfect as a short walk through the jungle to the rather large hidden away cenote . To simply describe this cenote does nothing but go down 200 feet. Fresh water with visibility makes the first hundred feet and the other half is separated by a layer of mystique hydrogen sulfate salt water . This layer in the middle appears as a dense cloud top and strange colored hue from the bottom. Bring dive lights , as if you need to enter through the bottom. Not many dives in the world where you can dive in the clouds at 100 feet and see the trees , but this is one . The deepest point of this cenote is actually 200 feet as with appropriate in their tanks but more important is the right guide showing the best and safest possible diving gases.
You must be certified as a advanced diver and logged at least 20 dives. A unique feature of this dive is a layer of hydrogen sulfide separates fresh water from salt water below . This mystical cloud is about 100 feet (30 m ) and extends up to 110 feet (34 m ) descend to approx. 130 feet (40 m). An indescribable plunge. You have to see for yourself!
Angelita Cenote by Ferran Rodenas
Angelita by nonperturbative
Sergio November 4th, 2013 - 12:20:Angelita is a truly amazing cenote. One of the most rare and breathtaking diving experiences in the world. Reaching the portion of sulfur is a mixture of fear and adventurous and once below your mind just explodes. 200% recommended.