Diving Cenote Angelita in Mexico

Get a rare and exclusive look at the cenote Angelita, one of the most unique cenotes of the Mayan Riviera in Mexico just outside of Playa Del Carmen. A cenote is a natural pit resulting from the collapse of limestone bedrock that exposes groundwater underneath. The video starts off showing the surrounding areas near Dos Ojos, the Cenote mainly featured in episode 1. Then it transitions to a very different Cenote.

Angelita, though a very special cenote, is essentially a large hole in the ground. At a maximum depth of about 125ft, there are remnants of trees, branches and other plants. It is believed that the ground simply gave way underneath and the ground sank to the bottom. As one descends to the maximum depth, there is a dense sulfur cloud that is wildly entertaining and such a wonderfully disorienting experience. Even with a mask on, one can smell the sulfur, a scent of rotten eggs. It is important not to allow this water to get in the mouth or eyes but overall, it is one of the most unique experiences a diver could ever have.

– Filmed by Pepe Urbina Bravo and Shawn Mahoney
– Shot on Canon 1DX MKII.
– Housing by Nauticam.
– Lights by Gates Underwater Products: Dual G14’s @14,000 lumens. – Lenses 1: Canon 16-35mm f/2.8L III and Sigma 15mm f/2.8 EF DG fisheye.

Music by Convolv.

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Comments

Ryan Alderton says:

I have been there before

Faithful Runner says:

Amazing footage

Fabian Delgado Rivera says:

you guys know that half of this video is “DOS OJOS CENOTE”…???
it is a completly different location that the one you mention and of course is a completly different cenote…
would love that you give the proper info about what you show to the world…
thnks

Captain Ahmed Azab says:

amazing

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