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Cenotes Dos Ojos, Tulum
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For a different take on the conventional diving experience, visit Cenotes Dos Ojos, a flooded system of caverns just north of Tulum. One of the world's most extravagant dive sites, this is also one of Mexico's biggest underwater cave systems, featuring almost 30 sinkhole entrances (cenotes, as the locals call them). The caves stretch for over 80 km (50 mi), but most divers focus on two sinkholes approximately 70 m (230 ft) in diameter, linked by a 400 m (1,300 ft) passage. There's plenty of light here and the water temperature remains a constant 25 C (77 F), which makes this spot ideal for snorkeling and learning how to scuba dive. Our Tulum itinerary planner makes visiting Cenotes Dos Ojos and other Tulum attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • We came here from tulum, the cenote is beatifull but so touristic... entry fee is 200 mx and you have 2.5 km walk to get there... bring you own snorkel if you have and a water resiatent flashlight(!!!...  more »
  • Excellent visit to the cenote two eyes. It cost US 500 pesos mx entry, but the guide is very helpful and takes you through the various steps and caves. It is an amazing experience and is worth doing it.
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  • My husband and I stayed at the end of November's visit by this cenote. Did this stop after visiting the ruins of Tulum. Us moved in vans that you leave on the street main and pay it input MX$ 200, you offer the transport until the cenote which is worth it penalty pay since but will have that walk as 3 K low the Sun and enough powder. Transportation charge you MX $50 roundtrip to return. The entrance to the cenote includes you jacket only. When you arrive you'll find a majestic place. Its crystal clear waters and color turquoise allow you to see the fish swimming next to you. A refreshing swim after a tour of Tulum. 100% recommended. A must-see.
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