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Our group ended up doing the tour, but I'm honestly not sure if there is an option that isn't a tour, and while the tour can be fun, funny, and beautiful it makes the experience feel short.
Don't get me wrong, the experience is incredible,...More
3-4 beautiful cenotes for roughly 480 pesos. you go around with a tour guide who will lead you through the caves, rocks to jump off of, plus fun facts about the rock formations. there were very cute bats in the caves (super harmless!) and a...More
We visited 4 cenotes at this compound w a guide. Each one was unique w different features. Great place to go for a swim to cool off. There are grounds to camp on as well. They provide you w goggles and a life vest ....More
We visited seven Cenotes in Tulum and this was the best. Our guide Marvin was great, really knowledgeable. Walk between Cenotes is minimal & no mosquitos. Group was about 10 in both English and Spanish. Not rushed, plenty of time to swim and enjoy the...More
We went to 2 centoes - Grande Cenote and Totuga Cenotes. Tortuga was by far the best. It is actually 4 cenotes - 3 closed and one open. The formations and colors were magical. Rolly was an excellent guide - informative, funny, safe and patient....More
About 5 or 6 kilometres outside of Tulum heading towards Playa is Casa Tortuga and it’s four cenotes. We paid for entry in Tulum, bad move by us as the fee there was 550 pesos each - at the door it is 450 each. Having...More
Visited this guided group of four cenotes, and boy am I glad we did. We had an amazing tour guide named Daniel. The tour gave us just enough info while letting us explore a little on our own. Since it is a guided tour, we...More
Let's start with the positives. This was suggested to us as good for kids and not too far from Tulum. Both were true. I was taking my 6 year old daughter to snorkel cenotes for the first time, and while she's brave and a good...More
I have been to Riviera Maya twice in the past, and was looking for an interesting and fun cenote to try with my wife and daughter....and heard about Casa Tortuga. We would not recommend others try it.
The cost is high - $25 USD -...More
Visited as a group of 4, paid 450mx pp which included guide, access to 4 cenotes and mask.
Arrived by 9am on a hot sunny Thursday and were the first group of the day, no other tourists whatsoever until we reached the fourth and final...More
Hey, to be honest I didn't use any map but I asked at Tulum's bus station and someone guided us to a collective taxi who dropped us there. There is also a lot of tourist points who could advise. If you go by car it is not... More
Hey, to be honest I didn't use any map but I asked at Tulum's bus station and someone guided us to a collective taxi who dropped us there. There is also a lot of tourist points who could advise. If you go by car it is not far from Jungla Maya Park :)
Casa Tortuga is on the way into Tulum from Playa Del Carmen, along with a few other cenotes, well before reaching the center of the city. There are three cenotes in Casa Tortuga, with an amazing open cenote.