Yes, Cenote Angelita is open to the public for swimming and diving, but visitors are encouraged to respect the natural environment and follow all safety guidelines.
Yes, it is possible to take photos or videos while diving in Cenote Angelita, and it’s a great spot for doing it!
Yes, divers must have a cave diving certification in order to dive in Cenote Angelita. This is because the cenote has overhead environments and requires specialized training and equipment.
Diving in Cenote Angelita can be dangerous for inexperienced divers due to the depth and unique underwater features. It is recommended that only experienced divers with proper training attempt to dive in this cenote.
Yes, it is possible to swim in Cenote Angelita, although diving is a more popular activity due to its depth and unique underwater features.
Cenote Angelita is approximately 60 meters (200 feet) deep.
Cenote Angelita is the feminine way to say “little angel” in Spanish.