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Cenotes Casa Tortuga Tulum

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Cenotes Casa Tortuga Tulum

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Experience the top adrenaline sports of the Riviera Maya on a trip that combines off-roading, ziplining, rappelling, and snorkeling in a cenote. This fast-paced half-day adventure is perfect for thrill-seekers who just have one day in Tulum and want to see as much as possible. Plus, wrap up the outing with the chance to take part in a traditional temazcal (sauna-like) ceremony—a cultural experience not included on most adventure tours.
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Cindy D wrote a review Mar 2021
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Cenotes Casa Tortuga now includes 4 cenotes open, two open, two caverns. We had originally planned to go to a different cenote but our taxi driver proposed this, one entry price for 4 cenotes. Seemed like a good deal, and it was! The price includes a tour with a guide of the cenotes, to provides you with some great information and the "lay of the land" for the rest of your stay. The tour provides you with a life jacket and masks for the tour, which you turn in after the tour, but can purchase if you need for the rest of your stay. Our guide, Jesus, was patient with the tour group, about 12 people, including all levels of comfort in the water, and he taught us some mayan words. Following the tour, you can go back and swim at any of the cenotes. If you are hungry or thirsty there is a restaurant and small kiosks that sell fruit and smoothies. It was a great day at Cenote Casa Tortuga!
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Date of experience: March 2021
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DarlingNichole wrote a review Mar 2021
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Let me start by saying that I am terrified of deep water but my goal was to challenge myself and enjoy the park. There are four cenotes at this location and you are assigned a guide who will take you to each one. There are two open and two that go under caves. It took me two tries but I finally was able to get in the last two cenotes. You are provided life jackets and they are mandatory for two of the cenotes. Our guide was awesome and when I remember his name I will come back and add it. Halfway through the last cenote I got scared and started to panic. He was right there to help me stay calm and guide me to the other side. Even if you don’t get in the cenotes the scenery is very pretty. I highly recommend Casa Tortuga. They have a bar and restaurant. Our guide showed us where they are building a new restaurant inside of a cave. I would definitely visit again.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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McB921 wrote a review Mar 2021
Algonquin, Illinois368 contributions60 helpful votes
We spent a beautiful afternoon here with another couple. We were in a group of about 9 people. Our guide was Roli who was very personable, knowledgeable, and fun. We highly recommend this excursion and guide! One of our friends forgot to bring his swim trunks and we were able to buy some there. My husband did not have water shoes and we were able to buy a pair there. Both were reasonably priced. The restrooms were very clean and the staff is awesome!
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Date of experience: January 2021
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PCS wrote a review Mar 2021
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Great parking. Great facilities. Great staff. SHOUT OUT TO TOMÁS!!!! He was our guide through the Cenotes this week and he was AMAZING!!!! I thought I was a swimmer but freaked out as soon as I entered the first cenote but Tomás didn't miss a beat. He made My entire group feel comfortable and never seemed to judge me or be annoyed by My panicking, at all. This man even remembered the names of people in the group! Throughout the entire tour, he still managed to teach us all the rich history of the cenotes...again, in spite of my panicking. Lol. He's truly an asset to the venue. I wish I could experience the Cenotes weekly. I'll be back when I return to Tulum for My surgery. 😉 Tomás, you're a rock star, buddy!!! Thank you!
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Date of experience: March 2021
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The World is My Oyster wrote a review Feb 2021
Orlando, Florida18,719 contributions5,787 helpful votes
We had a great time last Sunday exploring the 4 different cenotes located at Casa Tortuga. Once you arrive, you pick up your ticket at the front entrance, then drive about 5 minutes to the main park entrance where you can park for free. Then, you walk up to the tour desk, where you either join a tour, or get your own personal guide for an extra 600 pesos. Our guide was really cool, and with great information. We left most of our stuff in the lockers, and only brought water shoes, as they provided us with goggles and live vests. The first cenote was really cool, as there was some fish, a spot to jump from, and a mini tiki bar with great drinks. The second cenote had more algae, but a cool C long shape waterway. The third and fourth one were underground with some really cool features like stalagmites. There was also a photographer with us the entire time. We definitely enjoyed our half day trip, and would do it again.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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