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Cenotes Dos Ojos

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The Jaguar Path Adventure Tour: Cenotes, Snorkeling and Ziplining
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“bat cave” (426 reviews)
“dos ojos” (440 reviews)
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Tulum 77780, Mexico
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Reviewed yesterday

Great experience! Water is clean and fresh- and cold! Very inexpensive to rent snorkeling gear. Quick trip north of Tulum. Great place to spend a few hours while in the Riviera Maya!

Thank chailpern
Reviewed 2 days ago

My husband and our teenage daughters (13 and 15) did this cave snorkeling tour and enjoyed it very much. I think that we expected to see more fish here - and that is not what you see - but the caves were really interesting to...More

Thank Peggydavidandteens
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Awesome cenote. Only went the snorkeling but looked like scuba diving was ups also be amazing there. If you have to be pick in between the ones in tulum, then definitely go here :D

Thank Laura E
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We went for the first time cave diving. It was a special experience with Pepe diving from Mahahual. There zre two circuits. The Bat cave is exceptional. The Barbie line is less impressive. It is however a very expensive experience. Not for claustrofobic people

Thank Ive S
Reviewed 4 days ago

There are two Cenotes in this location, it is quite big and busy so atmosphere in some smaller cenotes more intimate. Diving was good, snorkeling ok but there are large groups. A guided tour is required if you want to see the bats cave.

Thank babbel67
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

It was very pleasant but there are lots of cenote in the area that are more rustic and don't charge so much to go in. Kind of expensive at 350 pesos per person for a swim.

Thank chris8886
Reviewed 5 days ago

Family ventured into the Cenotes with flashlights, vests, snorkels and masks. We had a great time. Our guide gave us plenty of time to view all of the life in the caves while stopping to talk about them as well. He allowed us some additional...More

Thank 1percentkids
Reviewed 6 days ago

There are quite literally dozens of cenotes to choose from here in Tulum but caves are a bit different and fun to snorkel in . Don't expect many fish here .. what you do get are incredible rock formations .. each dive has a guide...More

Thank LondonLockwood
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

This is def a must have experience! Our entire family went and everyone had a great time! This is a must do adventure if traveling to Tulum!

Thank Khloebeulah
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

We enjoyed our time there, but comparing with other cenotes, this is quite expensive, but worth seeing it. Water is very refreshing, for some people really cold. On our way back to the highway, we hitchhiked 2 syblings from Texas (brother and sister) and unfortunately...More

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19 May 2017|
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Response from WWanderlingBetsy | Reviewed this property |
It also depends how scared they get. The bats and cave setting might be a bit much for a more sensitive kid (I probably would have had nightmares from it, but I was a huge wimp)
6 May 2017|
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Response from DeborahBee_12 | Reviewed this property |
Ask at any dive shop. A lot of them go there and would know. Early is best, as yours come in later.
5 May 2017|
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Response from routailblog | Reviewed this property |
Hi Michelle It is approximately 35-40 minutes by car. It is very easyto find and the road is safe and well maintained. If you are teavelling without a rental There are plenty of companies offering tours and your hotel... More
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