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Boat trips point, fishing, snorkel in the reef, we offer dives for beginers and certified people.
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Tulum 77780, Mexico
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+52 984 807 9110
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We were talked into renting canoes to go down the cenote. They made it seem like it would be a long trip. It literally took us 5-10 minutes to get the end and then you just turn around and come back. The canoes were a...More

Thank Hey W
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

First time at a Cenote and the scuba diving made it a wonderfull experience. The Instructor/guide Pablo from Quelonian Divers took us the the whole toor and still gave us helpfull points for the following days. We were the only ones scuba diving, so it...More

Thank VagnerNbc
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Casa Cenote is a crystal clear, blue river that flows through a vivid green mangrove forest. It’s beautiful. After a vigorous swim upstream, you are rewarded with a delightful float back downstream. You relax and drift past small fish (and a baby alligator) hiding in...More

Thank Blain E
Reviewed June 11, 2018 via mobile

I really don’t know why they call this place a “cenote”. It is basically a mangrove, not recommended for swimming or snorkeling because the current is strong. Besides that, if you swim in for about 10 minutes, you will eventually come across a sign, which...More

4  Thank Rodrigo M
Reviewed June 10, 2018

This Cenote which is separated just meters from the from the sea by an underwater cave is definitely worth a visit. It cost around 120 Pesos to enter and you could rent a locker to store your goods, snorkel and fins, kayak etc. Whilst in...More

Thank Jimurr
Reviewed June 7, 2018

Last week we went to Casa Cenote because we heared of it's cristalclear water, but in fact it was a very disappointing adventure... First we paid the entrance of 120pesos for each person. I wanted to have a mask, so another 50 pesos for it....More

4  Thank Maria P
Reviewed May 5, 2018

As we swam in the idyllic waters of this mangrove lined cinote, we rounded the bend and saw two signs, both stating that we shouldn't go further as there were "Crocodiles"...no, they didn't say alligators, but, who cares. When we got back to the workers...More

3  Thank Mark S
Reviewed April 28, 2018

you can just fall in love with this cenote by only looking at it. the water just from outside looks so peaceful and cool. totally worth diving in it.

Thank krutarth s
Reviewed April 25, 2018

This is a beautiful cenote and mangrove with brackish water. Its a neat spot for snorkeling because some salt water fish exist here in an area that would otherwise seem to be a freshwater area. Its fun to swim around in the small maze of...More

Thank Thea S
Reviewed April 25, 2018

Can't say much about this one since I only jumped in after my diving trip to the reef just outside the Dreams hotel. The water is clear and it connects to the ocean and when you walk to the beach you can see where the...More

Thank Henning F
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April 4, 2018|
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Response from meluckylady19 | Reviewed this property |
It is North of the resort. About a 30-40 min. walk. You pass private homes and vacation rentals. Pleasant walk on beach. We took a taxi to Casa Cenote. A quick ride from Dreams, I think the fare for 4 was like 150 pesos... More
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March 23, 2018|
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Response from jasminedawnrogers | Reviewed this property |
Our girls are 17, 13 and 12. If your toddler likes to swim, then I would say absolutely! I would recommend bringing a life jacket or some sort of floatation device for them as I’m not sure if they have toddler sized life... More
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March 19, 2018|
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Response from Lexie A | Reviewed this property |
We got a guide at the entrance to the cenote, but to be honest you don't really need one at all. Their map makes the cenote look much bigger than it is, and you can usually follow the crowd. I'm only talking about... More
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