Swim or better still snorkel or dive in the cool waters of the caves exploring the beauty of the cave systems. It's a bit nippy getting in but a wonderful glimpse of the underwater world. Great just to explore.
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They charge $350 pesos to get in. Plus another chunk to drive you 3km to the cenote. Luckily I was driving, but I had to give a ride to a German traveler because he said there rate was insane..... for the price of $350 you...More
I wished we could have stayed longer! The water is a little chilly at 1st, but you get use to it! The whole experience was just AMAZING! So beautiful!
Great first-timer cenote dive. Very easy, peaceful and interesting dive. A must-do for divers looking for something different.
We were a little surprised at the cost to get in, as other online searches showed a lower cost. They have bar/restaurant at the entrance. We ended up having a couple of beers after our snorkel on our way out. The kids enjoyed laying in...More
My husband did a dive and our grown children and 17-year old grandson snorkeled. All four of them loved the experience. My 83 year-old mother, my seven yo grandson and I stayed in the restaurant and ate french fries. Beautiful park, helpful people. My family...More
We did the the snorkeling package but would recommend getting the scuba cave diving if you're more experienced. I wished we would have had a flashlight but there was quite a few other divers with lights so that we could see okay. This place was...More
This is one of the more popular destinations for snorkelers and divers in the Tulum area. The cavern diving here is splendid. They also have great amenities, such as tables, bathrooms, and showers, that make the entire experience easier.
We vsited with grown up kids and had a great time. We think is a place to be enjoyed by grown ups, older than 13 Get the guide which are the young adults belonging to the comunity that takes care of the Cenote, they are...More
This was breathtaking! I didn't know the water would be so clear and crystal blue. You must dive this centore. You don't go very deep but you get a clear understanding of how amazing these underwater cave systems are.I was completely mesmerized!