Temple of Doom (Cenote Esqueleto)

Temple of Doom

Cenote Esqueleto also known as Temple of Doom is located off of Coba Road outside of Tulum. There is approximately a 300 yard trek through the jungle from the road. The cavern area is about 20 feet below ground level so the easiest entry to the cenote is to jump. There is a ladder for exiting. We did a circuit by entering the Madonna passage and going through the Hall of Giants and jumped left at The Fang to the Old Florida Section. We turned the dive where the downstream passage goes through a tannic section. We exited through the Canyons. Our maximum depth for the dive was 59 feet and the water temperature was 76 degrees. Since we dove this cave on Halloween, Harvey, Jim and I donned masks before exiting the cave.

Madonna Passage

Madonna Passage

Hall of Giants

Hall of Giants

Hall of Giants

Hall of Giants

Hall of Giants

Hall of Giants

Hall of Giants

Old Florida Passage

Old Florida Passage

Jim

Harvey

Jen

WARNING: Cave Diving is dangerous and requires
extensive training and experience. Do NOT Enter
Caves until properly trained by a certified agency.

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