Freediving Tulum, Mexico

FREEDIVING IN TULUM, MEXICO

Discover the magic of Tulum

Amancay Freediving is the first SSI Freediving Center located in the Riviera Maya and is happy to offer freediving trips and training to customers who are staying in or who want to visit Tulum. Tulum is a very well known archaeological site in Mexico and also features some of the most pristine Cenotes in the country! Some of the better known Cenotes which are located in the Tulum area include Laguna Kaan Luum, Cenote Angelita, Carwash, and Casa Cenote.

Amancay is happy to take you to any of these freediving Cenotes in Tulum for either fun dives or for training. Please contact us for more information on pricing, availability, and to arrange your perfect freediving trip!

WHAT WE OFFER

Let Amancay Freediving be you guide for Tulum, Mexico

FREEDIVING COURSES IN TULUM

Discover the peace of a breath hold, learn techniques that will take you beyond anything you believed being capable off. From Discover Freediving to Freediving Instructor course level. Join us and discover your potential!

FREEDIVING TRIPS IN TULUM

Explore the secrets of Tulum and the Mayan Riviera from a different perspective! We offer an incredible range of freediving trips which include, crystal clear Cenotes, the second largest Coral Reef Barrier, Whale Sharks, Mantas, Bull Sharks, Sailfish. Make your visit unforgettable!

SCUBA DIVING IN TULUM

Breathe beneath the surface in Tulum, Mexico. We offer some of the best scuba diving trips from Tulum. We are happy to take you diving to any of the excellent dive sites on the Mayan Riviera. We have experienced crew, great equipment, and a really fun atmosphere. Check us out on your next trip!

MORE ABOUT TULUM

Tulum is the site of an ancient, pre-Columbian Mayan walled city which served as a major port for Coba. The area is best known for it’s ruins which are situated on cliffs along the east coast of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. Tulum was one of the last cities which was inhabited by the Maya. It reached it’s largest population between the 13th and 15th centuries and managed to survive about 70 years after the Spanish came to occupy Mexico. The Old World diseases which came over with the Spanish settlers appear to have resulted in a lot of deaths of the Maya people which caused a huge disruption to the society and eventually lead to the abandonment of the city of Tulum.

Tulum is now, more or less, divided into 4 different zones. There is the  archaeological site which is home to the ruins, the pueblo (the town), the hotel zone, and then there is a biosphere reserve which is known as Sian Ka’an. Tulum’s location, which is 128 kms south of the popular resort town of Cancun, make it a very popular destination for tourists. The ruins in Tulum are the third most visited archaeological site in Mexico after Teotihuacan and Chichen Itza.