Two Eyes Cenote, Tulum

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For a different take on the conventional diving experience, visit Two Eyes Cenote, 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. Quickly create a custom-made itinerary for Tulum using our trip planner.
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  • A great experience that passes a couple of hours. Water is cool and clear and life jackets are provided. There’s a small bar/restaurant and shop on the site with hammocks to chill out in. It’s... 
    A great experience that passes a couple of hours. Water is cool and clear and life jackets are provided. There’s a small bar/restaurant and shop on the site with hammocks to chill out in. It’s...  more »
  • Great easy cavern dive spot. cenote diving is unreal and the light pockets make the views spectacular. Also a great spot for a swim, shaded with perfect blue water! 
    Great easy cavern dive spot. cenote diving is unreal and the light pockets make the views spectacular. Also a great spot for a swim, shaded with perfect blue water!  more »
  • We took a colectivo from our resort to dos ojos cenote. Once we arrived we paid the entrance fee to the men by the road, it looks sketchy and we initially dismissed until we got to the park gate and.....  more
    We took a colectivo from our resort to dos ojos cenote. Once we arrived we paid the entrance fee to the men by the road, it looks sketchy and we initially dismissed until we got to the park gate and.....  more »
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  • The cenote is amazing! The problem there is the staff, that makes everything very difficult.
  • Bat Cave is amazing. What an experience!
  • Do the snorkeling
  • Fantastic place
  • Highly recommend it! It’s super fun and only around 350 pesos. We loved these two gorgeous cenotes!

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