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Cenotes and Paradise Lagoon with Snorkeling from Playa del Carmen

Highlights
  • 3.5-hour cenote and lagoon tour from Playa del Carmen
  • Visit the third-longest underground river system in the world
  • Snorkel in Yal Ku, a tranquil lagoon where seawater and freshwater merge
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Cenotes and Paradise Lagoon with Snorkeling from Playa del Carmen
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Cenotes and Paradise Lagoon with Snorkeling from Playa del Carmen
USD 89.00
Overview
While in Playa del Carmen, don’t miss this opportunity to visit one of the world’s oldest subterranean river systems. Make your way around limestone rock and explore cenotes and underground rivers. Then, snorkel in Yal Ku lagoon, a mixture of seawater and freshwater. Back on land, stroll along the landscaped grounds surrounding the lagoon. This 3.5-hour morning tour includes hotel transport from select Riviera Maya locations.
What to Expect
Discover subterranean landscapes that are part of the world’s third-longest underground river system on this 3.5-hour tour from Playa del Carmen.  Enjoy an exhilarating swim as you explore a cenote, an underground pool of crystal-clear water. On the Yucatan Peninsula, rainwater seeps through porous limestone rock into cenotes and underground rivers in search of an outlet to the sea. As each drop falls into caverns, stunning rock formations are created.

Continue to Yal Ku, a lagoon where the warm waters from the sea combine with fresh water from underground rivers, creating a special snorkeling environment. Caves and valleys are part of your underwater scenery. Located in a protected cove, the lagoon is a great place for beginning snorkelers and the more experienced alike.

When you’re done with snorkeling, walk about the manicured pathways surrounding the lagoon. Your tour includes hotel pickup and drop-off from select locations.
Reviews (51)
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Team Paco!!!

We took a cruise for our honeymoon and booked our sea turtle and Cenote snorkel through the cruise line. It was our favorite excursion on the entire trip. Paco our guide took great care of us. We first stopped to snorkel over beautiful coral with...More

Thank Kati F
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Well run tour, definitely will book everytime!

Very well run tour with great staff. They made us very comfortable and safe. They provide everything that you need. I would use them again for sure. Sully was an awesome guide.

Thank SteveF2616
Reviewed 3 September 2018
Cancellation by Tour Operator without Acknowledgement Day Of...

I am writing as I am quite disappointed with the service level. I booked this tour for two via orbitz, paid in full, received confirmation and a voucher as well as an email with pick up location and time. My challenges are listed below and...More

1  Thank Stay546437
The Adventures G, Guest Relations Manager at Cancun Adventures, responded to this reviewResponded 4 September 2018

Dear kimberlychase, Thank you very much for your valuable feedback. We are deeply sorry to read about your experience and want you to know that we have fully investigated your comments; rest assured the necessary remedial measurements have been implemented. As expressed by our customer...More

Reviewed 20 August 2018
Excellent cave tour

Fantastic experience we loved the whole thing . Even though it rained and Thundered the snorkeling underwater I highly recommend. Our Tour Guide Sergio and Driver Eduardo were super cool and very knowledgeable.

1  Thank Helenic2015
Reviewed 17 August 2018
Great Guides!

We were on a Carnival Cruise and selected this outing while docked at Cozumel. We met our tour guide, Jorge R. at the dock along with our van driver Angel. Jorge told us all the history on everything that we that we traveled through. We...More

Thank Mike B
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Response from Jedibeeds | Reviewed this property |
No did not see giant sea turtles. Did see a lot of fish in a small area.
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22 April 2018|
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