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Almost across the street from Puerto Adventuras and very near to Playa del Carmen lends to this dive site being one of the most popular on the coast. Chac Mool has something for everyone from speolotherms galore and airdomes on the cavern tour to long penetration cave dives in both directions. This area has become a standard cavern dive and offers a great experience every time. Combine this dive with any other dive along the coast and you will see why guides always recommend Chac Mool as a must do cavern dive.
Location: Just south of Puerto Adventuras on the right. 22 Kilometers south of Playa del Carmen.
  Hours of operation: 10-5 / everyday of the week  
  Bathrooms: Yes, but at the entrance none at the cenote  
  Restaurant on site- Yes. Restaurante Anita has finished remodeling and is now serving a variety of local flavors to divers and those looking for a home-cooked meal while driving through the Riviera Maya.  
  Distance from gear up to water: just down the stairs at either entrance.  
  Gear tables: yes many cement tables at both of the entrances along with plenty of parking  
  Cavern Dives: One of the more popular in the area due to proximity to Playa del Carmen. Both entrances enter the same rooms underwater with the first one being a larger opening with a lot of water exposed and the second a smaller fracture a large collapse. . Easy 40 minute dive with a maximum depth of 45 feet. Large airdome in back near fallen walls of decorations. Guided cavern tour standards.  
  Cave Dives: Yes. Upstream and downstream In the caves here you can find one of the largest underwater stalagtite measured. Either way you go your local guide can take you on a number of great cave dives in this cave system.  
Snorkeling: Yes, the larger of the two entries has more area to snorkel. The cenote is larger and offers a view to a large room as well as the entries to the cavern tour area. There are some hammocks and plenty of space to lounge around if you are waiting for divers or just taking a break.

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