Parque Dos Ojos

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Rebeca FN
West Palm Beach, FL29 contributions
Beautiful Cenote Experience
Apr 2021 • Couples
This was an improvised stop that turned out to be the the highlight of our trip. We booked a private guide to take us to Tulum but on our way there he suggested the Dos Ojos cenote. We took the guided tour with a photo package so we wouldn’t have to take our own phones in the water. Both were worth it, they provide the equipment and lockers, unless you don’t take the tour. It was all really cool, with the flashlight everyone can see into deep caverns and up on the roof of the caves, but there is ample light for swimming through. The dos ojos tour ends in “the batcave” with a history lesson. All the people working there speak English, as well, so the tour was in both languages, depending on what’s needed. Both Liz and Carla were amazing.
Written April 25, 2021
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B1714D
Belgrade, Serbia10,415 contributions
Half day in Paradise
Dec 2020
The Dos Ojos park consists of two terrific semi open cenotes and a fenced park/jungle around it. In both, nature is spotless, untouched.
The biggest draw are 2 cenotes, specially the Nr.2. A pretty expensive entrance fee of US$ 18 is really worth it.
Plan around half a day to spend in this paradise.
Written January 27, 2021
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Monika
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Diving in Los Ojos
Jul 2020 • Friends
Went diving at Dos Ojos cenotes right after I’ve done my open water diver in Tulum (at Casa Cenote). Absolutely loved it! Stunning rock formations, the clearest water, bat cave, colours.. It was my first dive in a cave-like environment and it was truly exciting, there’s quite a lot of light coming through, for where there isn’t we used flashlights which makes you feel like a true explorer :) brilliant experience. My guide was Hairo (+52 984 143 1295), i did the PADI course with him - professional, knowledgable and funny

Monika
Written August 19, 2020
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DCL
Quincy, MA52 contributions
Refreshing Swim in Cenotes
Dec 2019
We visited Dos Ojos on our own on a particularly hot day and swam in both cenotes. The water was clear, and the visibility underwater was excellent. It was an unusual and refreshing experience. If you have more time and interest, there are more cenotes to explore.
Written December 15, 2019
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jjcoffman
Parker, CO1,085 contributions
Beautiful water and caves
Nov 2019 • Couples
Wow! With the waterproof flashlight you see just how deep and just how far back the caves go. It’s really spectacular. It was 350 pesos to swim on our own, 600 to go farther back in the caves with a guide.
Written November 14, 2019
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Daisy J
Leuven, Belgium15 contributions
Amazing diving experience!
Aug 2019
Two amazing dives at Parque Dos Ojos. I booked a guide in Tulum, which took us to the Parque and who gave us some background information on the Cenotes. A truly unique dive setting, well worth the not too cheap price!
Written October 30, 2019
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Rachel H
Dublin, Ireland10 contributions
Beautiful place
Jul 2019
Absolutely beautiful place. The guided tour was well worth it. The only problem we had was their credit card machine wasn’t working and there was no cash machine so we had to do find a cash machine somewhere else.
Written August 19, 2019
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lolo
White Salmon, WA11 contributions
pretty and cool zip line
Jul 2019
This was not as full of people as some of the more awesome Cenotes, but it was pretty there, and they had a really long and cool zipline.
Written August 6, 2019
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Bruna Gusmao
Auburn, CA1,172 contributions
You can't miss it!
Dec 2018 • Couples
It is a must go! When you get there they will offer you a lot of denotes/tour. Don't take the Dos Ojos, because it is beautiful but small and crowded. Not worth the money in my opinion. Take the tour in Los Monos, which is in a cave, under water but not difficult or anything, really beautiful guided tour. Our guide was awesome and he could speak in English. He was really funny guy. Then we went to Nicte-ha, which is an open cenote. It was included in our tour both of these denotes. wonderful worthwhile tour. Great time and really beautiful. By taxi it would be really expensive. So we took the public transportation (van) that stopped in front of the park and it was reeeeeeally cheap.
Written April 25, 2019
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Real L
Laval, Canada49 contributions
Snorkeling allowed but really for scuba divers
Mar 2019 • Family
We went to Dos Ojos to do some snorkeling. Entrance was 350P per person and our bracelet seemed to indicate we were supposed to have a guided tour. We were not told anything at the entrance and, arriving at the cenotes, no one was there to greet us and tell us anything....the 2 cenotes are a good 2 Km from the entrance. Anyway, we snorkeled both cenotes for a while then drove back home. This was a nice outing but it was really for scuba divers as a good portion of the area was closed to snorkelers. On a subsequent visit, we visited the Nicte-ha cenote, also part of the Dos Ojos park; entrance for this cenote was 150P per person; we had a good time at this cenote; lots of fish, vegetation...a very nice place. If you are a snorkeler, there are better and cheaper places you can go to.
Written March 16, 2019
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