Of the four cenotes i dived in while in Tulum, this is my favourite! Not worth for swimmers though..
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Temple of Doom was the last cennote we cavern dove in. It's set about 100 meters (yards) back in a jungle, there is a path that has gravel. The first part of it has some bigger rocks and when you get to the cennote it...More
This place needs to be better maintained. Fix your diving board buddy, it cuts your feet. Not too hard to put a new piece of wood up.
We went there by bike from tulum city about 15 min. It is in my opinion nothing official. It is a private property. Scuba divers come here to see the beautiful underwater world and many caves. We talked to several people and it is highly...More
I think this place is also know as Cenote Calavera. It is near Grand Cenote, on the way to Coba. I went here as part of a tour, but you don't have to be with a tour. Unless you are a Scuba diver, this place...More
Great spot ,loved every minute I was in Tulum , Mexico great relaxing and partying spot best vacation/birthday EVER!!!!!!
Liked this cenote scuba experience better than Car Wash; would liked to have hung out for swimming here, too. Super-fun jump into the water (~2-3 meters) while fully loaded with scuba tanks! If you have a bat hangup, this place is not for you.
Cenote Temple of Doom is a Cenote where you can go cavern diving, swimming or snorkeling. All is very popular so go early to beat the crowds
I was there with my wife in September 2016 We had to pay 80MXN /person entrance fee to get to the cenote. There was one guy more working in the garden just next to the cenote. All this area around cenote was separated by fence....More
Loved it because #1 it was not crowded. We stayed for a couple hours and it was nearly empty. Our private cenote. In addition to exploring, I must say the most fun was jumping and diving into it with my teenage boys. There is a...More