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Casa Cenote, Tulum

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Just 10 minutes from downtown Tulum, Casa Cenote boasts a natural open cavern fed by water that flows into the Caribbean Sea. Nestled above a large underground cave system and set in a scenic mangrove forest, the cenote offers a picturesque place to escape the heart. Swim in the vibrant turquoise water of the cenote, meandering among the mangrove trees, while millions of small tropical fish swim around you and colorful birds sing in the trees. Rent snorkeling or diving equipment to further explore the basin, its diverse wildlife, and a network of hidden underwater coves. See Casa Cenote and all Tulum has to offer by arranging your trip with our Tulum itinerary planner.
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  • My first experience snorkelling in a cenote. It was amazing, the water is so clear and there was an abundance of fish. I would have happily stayed for much longer had I not had a patient, non-snorkell...  more »
  • For some time I had talked about this cenote, had very good references and they were not wrong, it is a great place. Charge you $120 pesos entrance, foreigners $10 USD. Already include you the vest, the bad thing is that the service of lockers rent it you separately, recommended to park the most close and bring only what is necessary, but you will have to leave it on the shore with the risk that someone steal you, it should not be relied upon. Right at the entrance to the cenote you can have a massage on the feet with the fish that are there, are fed with the pellejitos of your feet jajaj. If you have the fortune of a sunny day you will enjoy a very crystalline cenote, where you can see to the bottom. There are several groups of good size fish, but that day in particular did not see many more. If you do not have condition it is advisable to take the vest, as if tired to swim around the cenote without vest. At any point you touch the ground and can only rest thick of any branch. We had to show a small crocodile on little more than one metre and a half. I was just at the end of the tour and is apparently harmless, although he doesn't impose respect hehe. It is an incredible cenote, many divers practicing can be. It is advisable to carry Snorkel to enjoy it 100%. It is completely worthwhile.
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  • There are at least one hundred cenotes in this area, but this one is simple and clean. Beware of the alligator!  more »