Diving this cenote was out of the ordinary. Fresh water with unlimited visibility makes up the first one hundred feet and salt water the other half is separated by a mystical layer of hydrogen sulfate. This layer in the middle appears as a dense cloud from the top and strange colored hue from the bottom. It was like flying through the mountains in the sky, but then 35m below surface. Dive instructor Kenneth Nys (easychango.com.mx) was the hero of the day and taped parts of this video with his GoPro Hero3 camera.