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opportunity to experience the beautiful cenotes and underwater cave
systems of the Riviera Maya is what my entire cave diving career has
been about. Lucky and blessed to cave dive for so many years, now
Sunday, November 23, 2014
Jeff Highley and Scott Banks of Long Beach, California during Friday afternoon, November 21, 2014 enjoying a GREAT dive at:
CENOTE DZULO (XULO) (CUEVA GOLONDRINAS) W 87.6276 / N 20.0614
The land owner is Senor Dzulo (the correct spelling) who sadly passed away during the spring of 2014. His family now operates the dive site. The family calls this cenote Cueva De Golondrinas – “Cave Of The Swallows”. The maximum depth is 89 feet/27.1 meters.
There are bathroom facilities available. There is a dive site fee paid here.