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If you like diving, you have to dive the cenotes! They are mind blowing. Truly an experience you won't easily match.
Two things I will add. First, there were a lot more people there than I was expecting. I'm new to diving and it was...More
I was there diving with the diving school of Susanne. Here employee, Gisela was my guide. I made both routes for diving (Barbie/Batline) and was very pleased. However, for my personal taste I find Nic Te Ha much better for cenote diving, buf you need...More
This was recommended by another traveler so we stopped at Dos Ojos after our trip to the ruins. There are three options as we understood it.. two for Dos Ojos (one with snorkeling in two caves for $350 pesos, and $600 to add an underwater...More
Had a nice 1 hour visit at this cenote. The place is very pitoresque, hidden in the depth of the jungle. The entrance is 350 pesos and with a locker and snorkling will bring you to 470p. There are, as the name says, 2 cenotes....More
Great underwater formations and unbelievable views, however, once you get to the other side of the cenote you are bombarded with snorkelers and swimmer who have no regard for the divers under them, I even had one jump in and land on me. I recommend...More
WOW!!! what can I say is beautiful. Water crystal clear and a bit cold to fight the heat. You must shower before getting in also has a small jumping cliff for those thrill seekers. Also entrance is $3.00 usd pp.
Cenotes Dos Ojos is incredible to put it simply. The place offers a few different cenotes and if you do the snorkelling tour then you will get to see the Bat Cave which is in fact a cave full of bats. For 600 pesos pp...More
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If you don’t rent a car, a colectivo or taxi is the way to go. You can get one from anywhere in the main part of Tulum. We found dos Ojos rather disappointing, especially after Gran(d) Cenote which was fantastic.