We snorkelled here as part of a tour and it was such a beautiful place to be - crystal clear waters.
Diving this Cenote was one of the most amazing dives we've ever done. The experience was so cool. If your a diver you should definatly have Cenote diving on your list. It's on the top of ours.
Cold water, but if you can tolerate that the view is impeccable! We snorkeled, but if you can scuba the view is much better at the bottom of the cave.
Group of 3 looking to take the tour and did! Gorgeous, less touristed cenote! We arrived a little late so we did feel a little rushed on our tour. Also, wetsuits were included in our tour price but were in no way necessary so, not sure if we got the best value possible. We all agreed, hands down, that the... More
While the water in the cenotes is colder than the ocean, it is very clear with amazing stalactites and amazing visibility. Surreal is the only way I can describe diving in the cenotes. Highly reccommended.
Fantastic place to visit. It is somewhat rigorous and demanding, but surely worth the effort. Both grownups and children were equally impressed.
We didn't think we'd want to do the guided tour but after driving to Dos Ojos and talking to the guide at the gate we decided to do it rather than take a self-guided snorkel trip. It was worth it! Although we have our own snorkels and masks, we appreciated having a wet suit (the water is chilly), underwater flashlights... More
I was reluctant to take a trip through the cenote, but with the encouragement of my travel companions I put on the wet suit and tried snorkeling for the first time in a dark, unfamiliar environment. Dos Ojos is not a glossy tourist trap. It is quite rustic and beautiful. We were two moms and two ten year old children.... More
Did a two-tank scuba trip here through our resort and it was spectacular. I cannot recommend it highly enough. If you are in Tulum, Mexico, do not miss out on the chance to snorkle or scuba dive in a cenote.
Dos Ojos was my first cave diving and it was amazing! Can´t accurately describe the surreal feeling of being underwater inside the caves and how awsome it is. You need to be open water certified for this dive, so if you are I really recommend going to this cenote and live this experience.
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