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Dive Cenotes Mexico

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Dive Site Location at the entrance to cenotes Dos Ojos | Highway 307, Kilometer 244.5, Close to Xel-Ha, Playa del Carmen 77710, Mexico
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The best day of my life

The best diving area in the world. I visited with my friends in January. Absolutely best diving day... read more

Reviewed 29 October 2017
çiğdem A
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Best diving experience

Diving cenotes is wonderful and this is the best place where to go because it is near the diving... read more

Reviewed 8 September 2017
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Dive Cenotes Mexico specializes in cenotes cavern and cave diving guiding and recreational and cave diving training (IANTD - Cavern to Full Cave Diver and PADI - all recreational scuba diver levels), for the beginner to the advanced cave diver, along the Riviera Maya (Playa del Carmen-Akumal-Tulum). We meet at our dive site location at the entrance of cenotes Dos Ojos park which is located on Highway 307 about 45 minutes south of Playa del Carmen/10 minutes south of Akumal (1 km south of Xel-Ha)/10 minutes north of Tulum. We do not provide transportation to our dive site location but it is easy to get there by rental car, taxi, or public colectivo (white vans) running along Highway 307.
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“barbie line” (3 reviews)
“dos ojos” (2 reviews)
“cavern” (5 reviews)
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Dive Site Location at the entrance to cenotes Dos Ojos | Highway 307, Kilometer 244.5, Close to Xel-Ha, Playa del Carmen 77710, Mexico
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Reviewed 29 October 2017 via mobile

The best diving area in the world. I visited with my friends in January. Absolutely best diving day to us. Water like a vacuum of space. If you love to diving should be visit cenote de ojos.

Thank çiğdem A
Reviewed 8 September 2017

Diving cenotes is wonderful and this is the best place where to go because it is near the diving site and they are very professional, I have been to Dos Ojos, The Pit and Tak Bi Ha, all of them were very interesting. Price for...More

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Reviewed 2 August 2017 via mobile

This excursion was breathtaking amazing! Our guide Marcelo was best and he made the experience so much fun!

Thank Pollymw99
Reviewed 27 February 2017

4 adults on personal tour to tulum mayan site, had a fantastic private tour followed by a cenote swim..perfect day out. tour was supposed to be half day but ended up longer thanks to driver and tour guide.giving us time to explore..would recommend this tour...take...More

2  Thank hugh1951
Reviewed 8 January 2017 via mobile

This is the company to contact if you want to dive cenotes! Easy to communicate, can arrange in advance, tailored to your level and interests. My daughter is a dive master so she got to dive more challenging cenotes like Angelita and Dreamgate. We all...More

Thank Debbie N
Reviewed 25 November 2016

What a fantastic place! We went right by Cenotes Dos Ojos, which was insanely busy, to Pet Cemetery Cenote where we had it almost to ourselves. We were 7, and our guide took us on the most interesting and beautiful trip! Stalactites, roots growing through...More

Thank amuzzi2016
Reviewed 23 November 2016 via mobile

Dive Cenotes took us to Cenote Angelita and then diving in the sea near Playa del Carmen with the Bull Sharks. They are very professional and experienced in these two types of dives. Luis, Susanne, Jorge and Jose were wonderful and very friendly. We look...More

Thank Jose V
Reviewed 4 October 2016

Had my first experience diving the cenotes here and the experience was out of this world. You can bring the whole family even if they don't dive. There is plenty to do here. There's food, drinks, alcohol, souvenirs, diving, snorkeling, and even Hammocks under the...More

Thank Terry K
Reviewed 26 September 2016

Susanne provided prompt and professional replies, organisation was great, they are located just in front of Dos Ojos the dive itself was awesome!

Thank Urosss
Reviewed 15 September 2016

We are two AOW Padi divers who have a decent amount of dives under our belt but never experienced anything close to a cavern or cave. We heard so much about the ceotes and wantedto check out "The Pit" and "The Barbie Line. We were...More

Thank Sean A
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Anne R
8 January 2017|
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Response from DiveCenotesMexico | Property representative |
Hi Anne, to dive in a cavern (cenote) you must have at least an Open Water Diver certification. A very beautiful cenote to snorkel is Dos Ojos. You can either snorkel on your own by paying the entrance fee or participate in... More
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Ab1778
2 December 2015|
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Response from DiveCenotesMexico | Property representative |
Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. Your diver friend could do one or two dives in cenote Dos Ojos. These two dives start and end at the same place but are completely different from each other. You can read more about the... More
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