Dos Ojos Cenote
Very nice place in the middle of the jungle...good for snorkel and diving..amazing lights during sunny times..
Historic caves & crystal clear natural swimming holes popular for snorkeling & scuba diving. Amazing nature. Bats cave was creepy but an incredible experience. Mind your head in some of the tunnels as stalactites can touch the water. Anti mosquitoes while outside the water highly recommend even at…
Unique to the Yucatan Peninsula, cenotes are a must-see while in Tulum. This is one of our favorite cenotes nearby.
“Open for lunch & dinner. Great Mediterranean menu. Opt for sitting upstairs. Take out pizza always a good choice. They also have vegan options. Credit Card accepted.”
“Very pitoresque cenote not very known amongst tourists. Bring your own food and drink as they do not sell that on site.”
Point of Interest
“Snorkel entre enormes tortugas, avistarás rayas marinas. Sorprendentes! Snorkel among huge turtles, You Will spot marine Stingrays.”
“This cenote is a collection of open-air pools all connected by a network of walkways with a few diving platforms. 200 pesos to enter. 40 minute drive from Tulum.”