I took a snorkeling tour of these cenotes and was pleasantly surprised. We went early before any crowds. The snorkel through the stalactites to the bat cave was lovely. The water was refreshing.
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The cenote dos ojos is simply amazing. We took a guided snorkering tour that was 600 pesos - a bit pricey but in my opinion worth it. After the tour you can swim in cenote and wander around by yourself. If you can, take the...More
It is quite busy but you can do snorkelling, swim or just observe. I preferred the one called Eden but don't spread the word too much!
Wow. I would recommend going to Unos ojos first, then you won’t be disappointed as dos ojos was just incredible. We went into dos ojos around 4/4:30 which was perfect timing as the sun was beaming through the water like a laser through the night...More
Having never done any cave diving before exploring the cenotes was really exciting. Dos Ojos blew our mind - the stalactites, the sparkling blue water above our heads. We dived with Yucatán Dive and Travel who were amazing as well.
We visited this as part of our day out at the ruins of Tulum. There are a number of different Cenotes but the one we went in was small but still fun. I would say, though, that you have never been in colder water unless...More
We had a great snorcheling tour! It is only one attraction in this park. At the entrance, the staff offers you different packages. We decided for the snorcheling package in two caves. To get to the place we had to drive approximately 2km into the...More