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Casa Cenote

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Address: Tulum 77780, Mexico
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+52 984 807 9110

Boat trips point, fishing, snorkel in the reef, we offer dives for beginers...

Boat trips point, fishing, snorkel in the reef, we offer dives for beginers and certified people.

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Would like to say a lot of good things but the last thing a cenote like this needs is more people, so i will say no more. ps: fly fishermen, beware of tarpon feber under the water

Reviewed 1 week ago
Copenhagen, Denmark
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Reviewed 1 week ago NEW via mobile

The cenote in itself is very beautiful - almost like a lagoon with an amazing color. But the service was terrible, and I would wish that I had not entered. The people that worked were not helpful at all - they were not even nice and welcoming. When asking a few questions, I got quick, short answers and more felt... More 

Thank Amalie C
Copenhagen, Denmark
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Reviewed 1 week ago NEW via mobile

Would like to say a lot of good things but the last thing a cenote like this needs is more people, so i will say no more. ps: fly fishermen, beware of tarpon feber under the water

Thank joelgonzalezcph
British Columbia, Canada
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49 reviews
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 19 helpful votes
Reviewed 1 week ago

Amazing blue water. Though if you snorkel the water tends to be a brackish mixture so visibility is foggy and blurred. Loads of tarpon swimming in here. We also swam right past a fairly decent sized alligator sunning itself on the rocks. It was obviously fairly tame so we weren't concerned about it. I would bring your own snorkel gear... More 

Thank Jennifer R
Seattle, Washington
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 24 helpful votes
Reviewed 1 week ago

Tried this cenote because it was near where we were staying, and wanted to try it out. Great place to go for a swim; more fish than any other cenote we visited- cichlids, tetras, guppies, platies, and down near the entrance to the Caribbean, there were crabs, bigeyes and (best of all) schools of 2-3 foot tarpon. The brackish water... More 

Thank herpdoc
Lund, Sweden
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Have been diving in a few different cenotes and enjoyed them all, this one was a bit disappointing. It was very crowded, full of snorkellers, divers, kayaks, swimmers, pets and more. Water was not so clear.

Thank L_Kongo
Canberra, Australia
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 12 helpful votes
Reviewed 1 week ago

This was a great open cenote where you can swim for 30 mins along the cenote, see the resident croc, get a natural fish pedicure, beautiful scenery and great experience. We went across the road to save 100 pesos each on hiring snorkel gear its still pricey compared to other snorkel hire places in town or at some other cenotes... More 

Thank HayloKay1
Boquete, Panama
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 29 helpful votes
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Nice river between mangroves and stalactite caverns from the cenotes. Came here to do some dynamic apnea with my apnea freediving instructor and my wife. Because of this we did not have to deal with anything regarding entrance fees, life-vest rental, locker rental etc. I see some people have had bad experiences with this. So simply go on your own,... More 

Thank Alex P
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Reasonable entry fee and they are pretty strict on the biodegradable sun screen which is a good thing but make sure you take your own. Lots of divers there as well would be good for that

Thank Lori B
Worthing United Kingdom
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We paid 120 pesos each for admission and use of flotation jacket - we took our own mask snorkel and flippers. Cenote extends about 300m inland. Crystal clear water. Plenty of fish from guppies upwards. Saw one small alligator and a turtle. Perfect place to introduce anyone to snorkelling. Looked as if those doing scuba were enjoying themselves too. We... More 

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Santa Monica, California
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Amazingly clean water, not too crowded, long enough to swim for a while and really feel one with the mangroves and nature. Beautiful birds and other animals (including a little local crocodile that I saw every time I was there (3x)). I snorkeled and scuba-dived here and it was my favourite cenote! I hope it stays as clean and untouched... More 

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