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The pools were good to swim in but for 22 USD i felt it was quite overpriced. You also cannot visit the other cenotes with this ticket but have to buy additiona tickets for them. They also dont tell you that there is a 45...More
The right eye is very cool. We did not get the memo to bring underwater flashlights, but were able to follow some people who were better prepared. The left eye pales in comparison, I'd almost say to just skip it. We didn't bother going to...More
Nice park with a horrible bumpy road leading up to it. There are more cenotes here maybe that’s why the entrance fee is very high. We felt a bit sorry even though the cave cenotes are pretty and deepblue. We even saw a big snake...More
Rented a car and did the tour on our own. Take the bus or rent a car. Its worth it. Bring a picnic and you can stay the whole day!
You can rent snorkel and life jacket stuff here. Come armed with a bit of...More
Me and a friend had a weekend spare so decided to head to Tulum and try out some of the legendary Cenote diving for ourselves. Safe to say it lived up to the name! I only have my Padi Open Water and so wasn't sure...More
A little pricier than some of the other cenotes, but the experience snorkeling in the deep dark caves was worth every penny! We took a colectivo from Tulum for about $3 US or 30 pesos - 30 bucks for the two cenotes (first eye and...More
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.