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We visited he Cenote at Casa Cenote and enjoyed swimming in the Cenote with a guide. There was one of the guides taking photographs. As we were leaving we were shown the photos on an iPad at the reception area and decided to buy one....More
If you have a car, I highly recommend Casa Cenote. It's a bit off the beaten path, but when you get there, it is worth it. Gorgeous water and fairly isolated. There weren't too many people there, and we were able to rent some snorkels...More
I've done over 50 dives and this one was definitely interesting and different. There's not a lot of marine life - saw lots of tarpon and smaller fish but the most interesting thing is your diving a fresh water cave with lots of mangroves. The...More
We went snorkeling in this Cenote because it was an easy walk from our hotel, about a block away. Staff are friendly but they want to charge a large sum for a guided tour. For $120 pesos each we went on our own. We didn’t...More
As the beaches were smelly and dirty the denotes were the only refreshing places. Cenote Casa is close to the main road from Cancun to Tulum, just before the Tulum Maya ruins, you turn to left and drive a narrow road about 3 km. The...More
This was the first cenote I experienced and loved it! I traveled during the "off season" but the weather was still amazing! Water was fairly clear, saw some fish (but not as much as you'd see during other times of the year).
But we did...More
This place was both beautiful and a little scary at first because of the little crocodile you're supposed to see and possibly swim with. The guide we had cannot speak english but for some reason we can communicate. This Cenote is one of the most...More
I so wanted to swim here since it was very close to our hotel. It’s beautiful! However, I saw some type of gator when I got there. Now, people were scuba diving and snorkeling with no problem. I just chickened out.
Response from meluckylady19 | Reviewed this property |
It is North of the resort. About a 30-40 min. walk. You pass private homes and vacation rentals. Pleasant walk on beach. We took a taxi to Casa Cenote. A quick ride from Dreams, I think the fare for 4 was like 150 pesos... More
It is North of the resort. About a 30-40 min. walk. You pass private homes and vacation rentals. Pleasant walk on beach. We took a taxi to Casa Cenote. A quick ride from Dreams, I think the fare for 4 was like 150 pesos? Then we snorkeled at Casa Cenote. Then we went right across from Casa Cenote to the restaurant ( cross the dirt road on the beach side-you'll see it-it's literally right there). Had good margaritas and chips & guac. on beach. Then walked back to Dreams. Didn't have lunch but food looked good. Course you could walk both ways or reverse or whatever. Or just go for lunch to try some "off resort" food. Have fun!
Response from Jasmine R | Reviewed this property |
Our girls are 17, 13 and 12. If your toddler likes to swim, then I would say absolutely! I would recommend bringing a life jacket or some sort of floatation device for them as I’m not sure if they have toddler sized life... More
Our girls are 17, 13 and 12. If your toddler likes to swim, then I would say absolutely! I would recommend bringing a life jacket or some sort of floatation device for them as I’m not sure if they have toddler sized life jackets there. Lots of room to swim and float about in the sun though! Have fun!! :)
We got a guide at the entrance to the cenote, but to be honest you don't really need one at all. Their map makes the cenote look much bigger than it is, and you can usually follow the crowd. I'm only talking about... More
We got a guide at the entrance to the cenote, but to be honest you don't really need one at all. Their map makes the cenote look much bigger than it is, and you can usually follow the crowd. I'm only talking about snorkelling though, for diving I think you have to have a guide.
I just read a report on Casa Cenote that said they had been hit hard by Wilma and are not open for business yet. We have reservations for the end of Feb at Villa Gummerson which is not far from Casa Cenote and I am a little concerned about the condition of the road and the Villa itself. Has anyone been there recently to give a report???
January 10, 2006|
Hi...I'll be traveling there on the 10th of February. We have friends who are already there and the only info that has been forwarded to us is that the casita where we are staying for 2 nights (Casa Cenote)is under some construction. They did not mention any problems with the road or with the Villa Gummerson. I wish I could email you once we return, but I have a feeling you'll be arriving there shortly after we leave.
San Francisco, California
do I need to bring my own snorkel gears? (8 Replies)
I am torn between if I should squeeze the snorkel gears into my limited carry-on case: I was told to leave a lot of flexibility in activity planning, but so far, the snorkel related part that's in my plan is cenote visiting (dos ojos, Sac Actun, Grand Cenote, Casa Cenote -- plan to pick 2 out of the 4). I can't figure out if the entrance fee for these places already cover snorkel rental? If they do charge snorkel gear, i would probably want to bring my own to save a few bucks. Anyone...More
November 05, 2017|
"i would probably want to bring my own to save a few bucks. " I bring my own snorkel gear because I like to use a mask that fits and I like to use a snorkel that hasn't been in anyone else's mouth. If you plan on snorkelling, it's worth bringing your own gear.
So many cenotes to choose from, so little time! (0 Replies)
Hello all, I would like to do a day trip to Tulum and visit at least one cenote. Interested in any opinions on what is the "must see" cenote in the Tulum area or on the way back to Gran Puerto. I don't dive but do like to snorkle. Thinking either Gran Cenote, Cenote Dos Ojos or Casa Cenote but open to any other suggestions. Thanks in advance for any information or suggestions.