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All reviews small turtles rent a locker snorkel gear bats flying clear water life jackets cool experience entrance fee rock formations tulum town stalactites and stalagmites pesos per person early in the morning avoid the crowds dos ojos cool off unique experience
I would definitely recommend! There is a large grass area for sunbathing, toilets, then steps down to the Cenote where there are lockers (you need ID or 100 peso deposit) and snorkel rental. You swim with the turtles and in the caves with bats, very...More
By boyfriend and I rented bikes and pedaled here from the Tulum Ruins. It was an excellent workout/sight, especially with sunscreen. We saw a whole mess of turtles and little fish and crystal blue water. Don’t forget to look up while you’re here! Views are...More
Great cenote to visit via a taxi or bike from Tulum. Yes, it gets crowded. Great cenote in the morning or during a partially rainy day. Just need to spend a few hours there. Nice mix of atmosphere with partially open and partially closed cave...More
Mainly our own fault, which is why its a 3 star, but we went to the most popular cenote and it was just absolutely rammed with people. So we left immediately, despite having paid loads to get in and not getting a refund. Suggest going...More
We did a private guided tour of Grand Cenote before hitting up Dos Ojos - and this was a great way to start. The water is warm. Its an easy swim. The Mangrove is a fascinating ecological experience. Some good fish including Tarpon. We then...More
If you're in Tulum and only have time to visit one of the Cenote's, I would recommend this one. We rented bike and rode down to this Cenote. On the way back we also visited Cenote Calavera.
I would say that I had more fun...More
Agree with the other's. It's an easy bike ride. Make a right at the Super Aki asyou entire the town and 10-15 minutes up the road on the right. A taxi would be an inexpensive option as well. Several wait outside,however if... More
Agree with the other's. It's an easy bike ride. Make a right at the Super Aki asyou entire the town and 10-15 minutes up the road on the right. A taxi would be an inexpensive option as well. Several wait outside,however if none are there ask them to call you one. Get there early to enjoy a less crowded time.