Höhlentauchen / Cave Diving / Buceo en Cueva Riviera Maya
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Land Owners

Landowners

All land in Quintana Roo is owned by either a person, family or a community of families (so called Ejidos). The beach belongs to the Mexican people, sections alongside the overland roads belong to the electricity company (and therefore the state). When we prepare for a cavern or cave dive we have to make sure that we have the owner’s permission to be on his/her land and that often means also paying an entrance fee. For many of the commercially operated cenotes you pay at the entry, but I know where to pay and who to ask for the keys to gates for dive sites that are more hidden in the jungle.

As entrance fees vary from cave system to cave system and change without notice from the owners, we cannot include the entrance in our normal calculations for a guided cave or cavern dive.

As an indication you can calculate with 200- 350 Pesos per day for entrances although the most expensive cenotes can also be around 1000 pesos.

It is obvious that we are very keen to maintain a good relationship with the landowners. We support them in projects that keep the ground and water clean and do the least possible damage to the fauna and flora living there. For this reason, we always take all non-organic waste back home and do not dispose of it at the dive site.

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