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Join us as we unveil the hidden wonders of the region's stunning cenotes and beyond. Our journey begins and ends at Merida International Airport, serving as the gateway to our captivating expedition into the heart of the mystical Mayan jungle. Prepare to embark on an extraordinary quest, venturing into lesser-explored cenotes, where few tourists have set foot. Along the way, savor the tantalizing flavors of authentic local cuisine in quaint towns, and indulge in a one-of-a-kind stay at a family-owned hacienda. This remarkable hacienda offers expansive gardens, cozy casitas, and a serene space for morning yoga, providing the perfect sanctuary. Nestled in a charming off-the-beaten-path town, it is a hidden gem renowned for its warm and welcoming atmosphere, reminiscent of a bygone era. Immerse yourself in the magical ambiance and relish the exquisite family cooking, creating memories that will last a lifetime.

Experience five days of adventure and underwater fun, guided by our highly skilled instructors Petra, Pedro, and Carlos Coste. Each of them brings their unique style and expertise to enhance your freediving experience. Whether you're a beginner or a professional, our expedition is designed to accommodate all levels of freedivers.

Discover the breathtaking beauty of the cenotes, where the crystal-clear waters are illuminated by light filtering through holes in the ceiling. These underground cave systems are sacred to the Mayan culture and offer a magical underwater world that will leave an unforgettable impression on you.


While enjoying these stunning sites, it's essential to respect their natural beauty and preserve them for future generations. Take care to minimize your impact and leave these cenotes in their pristine state. With us, you'll have a chance to not only explore the cenotes but also immerse yourself in the local culture, cuisine, and hospitality for a truly once-in-a-lifetime experience.

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Yucatan food during Freediving Explorations Expedition
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Freediving cenote Carlos Coste
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A Day of Cenote Exploration Awaits

Start your day with a refreshing yoga-breathwork-visualization session, followed by a nutritious breakfast. Then, dive into the stunning cenotes for a day of training and exploration.

Take a break for lunch before embarking on a journey to visit small local towns and historical Mayan ruins. Return to the hacienda in the afternoon or evening to share delicious meals and conversations with your fellow freedivers. Get a good night's rest, as you'll be ready for another exciting day of adventures.

Join us from December 7-12th 2023

During this 5-day (4 water days) adventure, you'll have the opportunity to explore 4-5 stunning cenotes and receive professional personalized coaching from Carlos Coste and Petra Oberucova, with a 3-hour session each day. Our group size is limited to 9 students, divided into 3 training groups, ensuring high-quality and personal coaching.

Enjoy daily yoga and breathwork sessions, dry equalization training, and personalized coaching for various techniques, including line training for depth, no fins, VWT, and more. Share meals and sessions with Carlos and his instructor team, and take part in a land excursion to explore the Mayan ruins.

Relax in comfortable accommodation and enjoy healthy, delicious meals and snacks throughout the day. Our private transportation will be at your disposal for the duration of the trip. Plus, you'll receive a cool HQ photo and video package, capturing your unforgettable experience.

Indulge in an all-inclusive expedition of a lifetime, where every detail is taken care of, from accommodation to meals, transportation and activities, except for flight tickets and personal equipment.

The cost of the expedition is USD 2,100 and a deposit of USD 500 is required to book your spot.

Participants must comply with medical waiver requirements upon registration, and should have a minimum basic freediving certification or basic freediving experience.

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