I had heard mixed reviews about this one. Maybe we just went on a bad day, as admittedly It had recently rained a lot, but the cenote it was basically empty. There were almost no fish over 2 inches long. It was just swimming in...More
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If you want to experience an open cenote then its is a good choice although access to the neighbourhood is limited. We took a taxi and then walked out to the highway for a bus. The restaurant across the road was reasonably priced and the...More
My son and I dove the cenote, while my other son was snorkelling above us. The first part of the pool is unassuming - but as soon as you get to the rocky part, it's like you're in a different world - giant boulders and...More
Lovely cenote, open so great for snorkling too. We went diving and was really nice and relax with great sun light rays under water. Fantastic extra was having crocodile swimming over us when finishing the dive.. just amazing!
This is a very beautiful cenote with lots of fish and mangroves. No need to dive here though, snorkeling is enough!
it was such a gorgeous warm day when we went so perfect day to go and enjoy the most lovely, aqua waters there. We were surprised to see a baby alligator (the only one there) as we snorkeled through appreciating all of the gorgeous mangrove...More
Nice long clear snorkel with lots of fish. Jungle setting with surface entry into the water. Not too busy so easy entry/ exit from water.
Not too crowded. Lots of mangrove sights. Easy snorkeling. Don't get the guide. No reason to and you'll just waste your money. Afterward stop at the restaurant across the street. Have lunch and go snorkeling around the cenote outlet in the ocean. There isn't great...More
Tulum is a very peaceful town, unlike the Paya de Carmen. If you are woiling silence and calm I would definitely recommend. The most priceless value of the hotel is worth a visit and enjoy the underwater world.