Join Nick Fazah for a week of Freediving in the crystal clear waters of Angelita Cenote
June 15th-June 22nd 2019
Tulum, Quinta Roo Mexico is our Freediving haven! Join us for 6 days of flawless, unforgettable freediving in Tulum, Mexico in the Angelita Cenote. You'll start the days with a relaxing yoga session, freedive up to depths of 60m, train with world-renowned freediving trainers, and make lifelong friends! Space is very limited so don't wait, book now!
We will be training at Cenote Angelita
The Cenote Angelita (“Little Angel”) is a beautiful underwater cavern with a peculiar backstory. Tucked 17km south-west of Tulum in a lush jungle, this 200 foot flooded cave is part freshwater, part saltwater. The first 100 feet of the hole is crystal clear fresh water. At the bottom of this, you'll discover a hazy layer of hydrogen sulfate, separating the fresh and salt water. Tops of tree branches reach up through this layer, adding to this hauntingly beautiful effect. Divers compare this to what an underwater river might look like. This phenomenon is referred to as a Halocline. Haloclines form when salt and fresh water meet, causing the salinity of the water to change drastically. They can typically be found in underwater caves by coastlines. The fresh water from the jungle layers over top of the denser salt water from the sea. Creating the "underwater river" illusion.
Getting out to Angelita Cenote is a slight hike from the road, so be prepared with a way to carry your gear. We will be practicing rescue, free immersion, and controlled weight skills here.
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Tulum, Quinta Roo, Mexico is a freediving paradise. With it's luscious lagoons, perfet visibility, and flourishing marine life, it's hard to forget why we love this place so much. This carribbean coastline town is also a beautiful and cultural hub - with gorgeous beaches, Mayan ruins, and beach-side tiki bars. Tulum is also well-known for its fabulous local fare, with abundant restaurants in the area it is always east to find a good bite to eat. Jungle excursions, bike tours, boutique shopping, and grocery stores are all nearby city center.
Tulum is divided into four main tourist areas: the archaeological site, the pueblo (or town), the zona hotelera (or hotel zone) and the biosphere reserve of Sian Ka'an.
The average spring temperature at Tulum is a balmy 80 degrees farenheit. We will be visiting the area right before the rainy season begins, but showers are possible.
Casa Pixan - Tulum, Mexico
Equipped with six bedrooms, six bathrooms two kitchens, and two living rooms, Casa Pixan equals ease of living, and is all you could want after a long day of freediving. There's a private pool in the backyard, a grill for BBQ, WIFI, washer/dryer, A/C, and plenty of pool chairs. The pool deck is also BYOH (Bring Your Own Hammock - there are hooks!). Casa Pixan is urrounded by palm trees, the water front is just steps away, and with the ocean breeze, it doesn't get any better. Incredible sunrise views are available daily, right from the balcony.
*This is a Freediving training camp ONLY. Skills from the SSI levels 1 through 3 will be covered by fully certified instructors but some pool and academic sessions will need to be covered outside of the trip.