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Excellent diving in Dos Ojos cenotes with Tank-Ha diving centre and instructor Davide 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻
We did both Barbie line and the Bath Cave, awesome!!
Water was pinch dark without flashlight but visibility felt endless when pointing the light.
Water was 100% clear.
Magnficient stalakites, bats,...More
This Cenote is probably one of the best in the region, great for both snorkelers and SCUBA divers! It's well-equipped with bathrooms, nice, easy steps to access. But beware that as with all the other Cenotes, there are TONS of mosquitos!
I know there are over 77 Cenotes but this is the first we visited and I loved it! Our tour guide was awesome and took her time On educating us on the Cenotes. It was not crowded, but it was low season. We enjoyed this...More
This is a very special place, just check the transportation ahead.
Amazing gift of Nature to enjoy the fresh and clear water... excellent for diving, this actually is the one recommended for this activity due to the large interconnected caves. Here there is not option...More
Well worth a visit. We took a hire car there & our own snorkel stuff. Life jacket is included in price & makes for effortless snorkelling. Worth taking aqua shoes for in the water if you have them. Try & go when it’s quiet for...More
We were staying in Cozumel. We took the 7 am ferry to Playa del Carmen - 400 pesos round trip, 25 minutes, great ferry. We got a cab for US $80 round trip and the driver waited for us. We took the snorkel tour for...More
This was the second Cenote we visited on our trip and I’m so glad we chose this out of our many options! What a cool park with several cenotes to choose from. You can go just to swim, snorkel, or even scuba dive. We chose...More
Response from 419catherinee | Reviewed this property |
We took a taxi there and paid at entrance, we then walked back up the dirt track to the highway to catch collectivo back to our hotel however it is a 30 minute walk back to the highway so only recommend this if you don’t... More
We took a taxi there and paid at entrance, we then walked back up the dirt track to the highway to catch collectivo back to our hotel however it is a 30 minute walk back to the highway so only recommend this if you don’t mind a long walk
Response from ToddlerAbroad | Reviewed this property |
I can’t remember which your company we used, but if you walk along Tulum Ave, you’ll pass several companies that can set up either individual or group tours. I definitely recommend getting a guide (either there or before... More
I can’t remember which your company we used, but if you walk along Tulum Ave, you’ll pass several companies that can set up either individual or group tours. I definitely recommend getting a guide (either there or before hand) because there are parts of the Cenote that you cannot enter alone.