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Monday, October 20, 2014

DAVID OROZCO DIVING CENOTE WHITE RIVER


This is David Orozco of Cancun, Mexico cave diving at downstream Cenote White River, part of Sistema Sac Actun. These photos were taken on Sunday, October 19, 2014.  It is always "fun" taking images of cave divers in the underwater cave environment.    Photos by Steve Penn Gerrard.













Saturday, October 18, 2014

CENOTE CHAN HOL of TULUM, Q. ROO, MEXICO.


Various items found in CENOTE CHAN HOL part of Sistema TOH HA located seven kilometers south of the City of Tulum, Q. Roo, Mexico. (1) The first two photos are two pots located 900 feet from the main entrance.  (2) The third and fourth of are of two more pots along with a variety of animal bones including a Spider Monkey skull found at the cave entrance (3) The fifth photo of a large animal vertebrae.
Photos by Steve Gerrard. 10/17/2014   Photos # 8 and #9 taken by LIQUID JUNGLE.










Wednesday, October 15, 2014

MARK LUTZ on his FIRST CAVERN TOUR DIVE.

This is Mark Lutz of the Atlanta, Georgia area who participated on a Cavern cenote dive at CENOTE DREAM GATE that is part of Sistema Sac Actun.  It is located about two kilometers west of Highway 307 1.4 kilometers south of the DOS OJOS road in the Riviera Maya of Mexico's Caribbean coast.  This was his first cavern dive in Mexico and his first photo shoot.  He plans on taking his his cave diving training in North Florida with Instructors from the Atlanta, Georgia area.











Thursday, October 09, 2014

UNDERWATER PHOTO SHOOT AT CENOTE DOS PALMAS



This is Paris CancĂșn who today, Wednesday, October 8th 
participated in his FIRST underwater cave photo shoot as a 
model. Overall, he did a great job for the first time. Me...I 
need to work better as I get back into the swing of things 
taking photos underwater. Please offer any "constructive" 
comments for Paris as he will be doing another photo shoot 
within the next two weeks. These photos were taken in the 
CENOTE DOS PALMAS area of Sistema Dos Ojos. Tell me 
WHICH photo you like the best.

Photos by STEVE PENN GERRARD














Saturday, October 04, 2014

THE KIN HA CENOTE GROUP









There are eleven different cenotes on the property.  They are Cenote Blanca For, Cenote Fatima – Depth 262 feet/80 meters, Cenote Hol Box, Cenote Isla Blanca, Cenote Kin Ha – Depth 155 feet/47.2 meters, Cenote Popenolito, Cenote Sal Si Puedes, Cenote Tres Bocas, Cenote Tortugas, Cenote Vanado and Cenote Zapote – 170 feet/51.8 meters. At 20 kilometers west from Puerto Morelos, on the road from Puerto Morelos to Leona Vicario, just after the Selvatica Park. Find a diversion signage and dirt left.The state of this dirt road is fair to poor. The cars must travel at low speeds and evading fords large rocks on the road, following hand painted on pieces of wood to be taken to "Kin Ha" addresses. 

You are in one of the most unique natural wonders of the Riviera Maya are the cenotes, these are created by an underground river system and are fresh water sink holes considered to be sacred. You will take a jungle tour in ATV's where the Mayans also believed they were the entrance to the underworld.    This location offers ATV’s (20 km round trip), scuba diving, snorkeling, swimming and  eight zip lines.


The Tour:   The tour starts with the Pick Up at your Hotel, the timing will be given to you when reservation is done!  Then you get a briefing on how the tour will be held, timings and more and also you get a refreshing welcome Drink! You start with an ATV ride than can be a couple of hours in the middle of the great Mayan Jungle where you'll be able to see lots of beautiful green areas. Then you stop again at the Kin Ha Cenote to take a dive into to closed cenote (cavern) and into an open cenote (Cenote Zapote) where there are ziplines to jump to the water if you wish.  While in the ATV's tour you'll stop at a certain point in the middle of the Jungle to take the two amazing zip lines included in this tour.  After all this you might one some snacks, so they'll give you some chips and other kinds of snacks as well as drinks, like water or sodas.  This is one of the most complet tours with transportation included (which can be really expensive by your own), so this ir really worth it!   This is a commercialized cenote site.