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Cenotes Dos Ojos

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  • Very good23%
  • Average5%
  • Poor1%
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“bat cave” (450 reviews)
“dos ojos” (489 reviews)
“scuba divers” (97 reviews)
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Tulum 77780, Mexico
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Having only ever dove in lakes, rivers and oceans I was a little nervous to go diving in the caverns of Cenote Dos Ojos. But our guid Alberto from HA Sports dive shop at the Dreams Tulum Resort and Spa was absolutely wonderful and made...More

Thank mikedmars
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I scuba dive with Tulum Diving and Travel the Cenotes Dos Ojos. I had never dove with the company or in a cenote before. I am an experienced diver and was a little nervous of the confines. After getting in with my excellent guide I...More

Thank Scott B
Reviewed 3 days ago

I love this cenote, it is different to the other open cenotes and less busy. if you are a diver it is a perfect spot, however we went to do regular snokeling and we took a tour with a guy from 2 ojos , he...More

Thank NeniLondon
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

I’ve never cave dived before and it was too dark/claustrophobic for me. You have to go into some narrow tunnels too. There is no fish so snorkeling is pointless and the view of the water wasn’t worth it for me. Yakul was much better for...More

Thank Adele T
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Cenotes ('say NO tays) are one of the special treats in diving in Mayan Riviera. (Tulum, Cancun, etc). It is cave diving with flashlights and theme park atmosphere but except possibly lava tubes in Hawaii, where else can you say you went on a...More

Thank josef v
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We went to two Cenotes and it was quite a fun thing to do. It is quite pricey (300mxn) for what it is but it one of those things you have to do when you are in Tulum.

Thank Geoff_out_and_about
Reviewed 1 week ago

Not listening to many reviews here, i took a bus (collectivo) from Playa Del Carmen for 45 pesos and landed there in 30 mins. Once landed there i took a guided tour for 550 pesos that included all snorkeling equipment with a guide leading you...More

1  Thank Ashu S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Another great place to visit in Tulum. The guide there really knew her stuff and made sure everyone felt safe throughout the entire tour.

Thank Sundary S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A very nice dive for beginners and the water are cristal clear. The place is very crowded, so for just cenote swimming I would go to a less crowded one

Thank M_Maccabi
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I did not know what means “cenote” before I visited Tulum. The receptionist at the hotel where we stayed suggested that Dos Ojos is the most spectacular cenote in this area. We drove there and it is worth mentioning that a couple of miles of...More

Thank Florin T
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WendyYW220
3 November 2017|
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Response from Susie S | Reviewed this property |
You can rent life jackets at all swimming places in Mexico, as many people can’t swim. As for getting around : you will need a car, or pay for tours or taxis, as everything is a great distance from towns.
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jjandliz
30 October 2017|
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Response from Mandeville1322 | Reviewed this property |
Dos Ojos is one of the most famous of the cenote´s so as already mentioned best to get the trip organised through your hotel or locally which will ensure all costs are pre-paid. As you are planning on Snorkeling only then... More
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Colin J
25 October 2017|
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Response from Joe K | Reviewed this property |
We went on a dive tour that included the entrance fee. I believe it is about $15 US.
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