This was a lot of fun. The water is freezing at 1st but is nice to get out from the heat. The bat cave is pretty cool. Staff were very friendly and had English speaking staff that was helpful.
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If you have been snorkeling in other tropical places then this is a bit disappointing. The caves are very interesting, but don't expect to see any fish. The water is cold and if caves can be very narrow while swimming through. I would recommend going.
Dos Ojos is an ok cenote, but you might want to skip it in favor of Sac Atun (which is not the easiest thing given that the access to Sac Atun goes by the Dos Ojos gate with all the vendors selling you Dos Ojos)...More
a great place to swim very cooling and safe even if you are not a great strong swimmer life jackets available
Dos Ojos is in a nice setting! But coverup there are mosquitoes as its jungle. Don't swim with sunscreen or insect repellant on because of the water life, but have on hand for when you get out. I recommend the dive trip, because you get...More
We arrived as soon as it opened ( at 8am) , paid 600 pesos for transportation( 3km by car on the dirt track) , lockers, guide and access to both cenotes and the bat cave ( getting to which was an adventure in itself as...More
You need bug spray for this trek! Cenotes are cold - even in Mexico! Bring a waterproof flashlight and camera, noodle, fins and snorkel gear! You snorkel through many caves, a bat cave full of fruit bats too! It is a truly amazing experience! There...More
Enjoyed the natural beauty of the caves. We snorkled, but the divers had a much better visit I think. They could really explore the caves with a guide. It's 350 pesos to get in. You can rent snorkels, life jackets or dive gear and a...More