Cenote Carwash
Cenote Carwash
4.5
Bodies of Water • Nature & Wildlife Areas • Caverns & Caves
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9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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  • Kristi S
    Houston, Texas5 contributions
    Fun Time
    My boyfriend and I went 2 weeks ago and had a great time. We were the only ones there and just had so much fun jumping off the platform they have there. It was very cool and refreshing. I gave it 4 stars because the facebook says this cost 50 pesos when in reality it cost 100. 50 is for the locals which is very misleading and not appreciated but we are learning mexico loves to mislead their guest because they know you will pay it anyway. Other than that, it was a fun time.Also, there is apparently no longer a crocodile there. We were told he went away into the jungle lol I was a little concerned when I heard there was one there.
    Visited November 2020
    Written December 4, 2020
  • Segev H
    Mexico City, Mexico86 contributions
    Dont let the name confuse you. Mostly recomended cenote!!
    We received a recommendation on this cenote from one of the hotel staff. It is beautiful, not so big but with sea turtles, fish and water plants that we only saw in this cenote. There is also a leap for the challenges between us. We also visited Grand Cenote and this one is more recommended. 15 minutes drive from Tulum. you must take a dutch with soap before entering the water. 100 Mxp per person.
    Visited December 2019
    Written January 1, 2020
  • 2007cboyd
    Dublin, Ireland74 contributions
    Chill day at the cenote
    We cycled here from Tulum town which was quite a long cycle but very straight and flat along the main road. The roads have wide hard shoulders that act as cycle lanes. The entrance fee was 300 pesos. This is the perfect place to come and balm out for a few hours. The cenote is lagoon like, rather than in a cave like others, and has a fun jumping platform too. There was a little restaurant and you must try the mango flowers with tajin! At one point the restaurant owner came along with some old tortilla and threw it into the water, attracting a school of hungry fish and 4 turtles!
    Visited September 2022
    Traveled with friends
    Written October 17, 2022
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Ivan Luckie
New York City, NY160 contributions
Jul 2020
Yesterday we went to search some cenotes, we use these locations to make photos underwater, as cenotes are underground rivers, we need to check them in order to see if the cenote is clear enough to get optimum results. We request a quick look to see the cenote, as It is 7 feet away, The guy in the entrance, very rude, illogical, superb, told us incoherence things like go and check other cenotes, cenote don't need advertising, and let us stand and turn away, he wanted us to pay for looking. we understand policies, but civilized and polite answers are enough, we tired to make a win-win benefit because cenotes charge a way higher price for photographers, It is not free, It was just business, but as I said civilized conversation is fair enough, We are not going to go to a place that treats people like trash.
Written July 25, 2020
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Kari S
Milwaukee, WI226 contributions
Mar 2022
We had a great time here. It's large and really open, sevearl scuba divers in the water. The high dive is great, my son went off it dozens of times! The lunch was amazingly delicious and they cut up mangos on a stick and fresh coconut. We have been to 20 cenotes, this is one of the best.
Written March 29, 2022
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Snorkeling Señorita
Orlando, FL27 contributions
Feb 2019 • Couples
We’ve snorkeled all over the Yucatán, reefs, cenotes, caves and open air. We stopped here because the reviews said it was a great place to see wildlife. Imagine our surprise when that wildlife was Mollies, Jack Dempsey’s, and gouramis. These are all fish purchased in pet stores, not indigenous species at all. You are also not allowed to wear fins, unless you are diving, so trying to swim down to see anything is impossible. If you are looking for a great censored to see wildlife, this one is not it.
Written January 23, 2020
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Jordy1178
Amsterdam, The Netherlands28 contributions
Feb 2022
After visiting Angelita we arrived with Double K Diving at the Carwash for our second dive. Kelly's briefing was very good and she showed us lots of stuff, including her secret bone collection :-) Kim was trying out her new flash on her UW camera and made some nice pictures of us.
The dive was like a fairy tale. The views of daylight from the cavern were amazing and the second part of the dive around the water-lilies and fish was wonderful too. It has good facilities and lots of nice spaces for non-divers too. The two girls of Double K were well organised and made our cenote dives an amazing experience.
Written March 7, 2022
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Matthew L
Saint Francis, WI21 contributions
Mar 2020 • Couples
If you regularly snorkel you get used to the salt water that helps with buoyancy and you acclimate to the waves. Here you have fresh water, a slight current, caves, and lots of plants. At first it is actually kinda scary. Still a great place. Well worth it.
Written March 16, 2020
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Ginelle C
52 contributions
Oct 2019 • Couples
This cenote is incredible. We stopped here after visiting the Cobá ruins. It was 50 pesos to enter, snorkel gear 50 pesos, lockers 30 pesos. So mellow and reasonably priced. There is a diving platform, and we saw quite a few big turtles!Very nice facilities, and friendly staff. We had a wonderful time here!
Written October 28, 2019
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SashaK66
London, UK154 contributions
Aug 2015 • Couples
One of the most exceptional experiences of my life. We went scuba diving with fantastic Max from Phocea Mexico and it was magical - the layers and the light changes from algae to fresh water through sulphur through halocline down to salt water at around 40m. Looking up as we ascend slowly the central island with its trees and visible is a silhouette against the greenish light and it looks like we are in outer space. Amazing. Cenote itself is beautifully managed and I was particularly impressed by the state and functionality of the bio toilets.
Written September 12, 2015
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Marlene L
Scottsdale, AZ20 contributions
Mar 2015 • Couples
This was our first cenote and we were not sure it would work since my husband is disabled, he has many mobility issues and uses a walker for balance. We were able to drive right up to the site, and it has a great wide wooden staircase with handrails for easy entry. We noticed it also had a ramp from the parking lot for a wheelchair. The water was clean the surroundings were amazing too. There were only a few divers around so it was very peaceful. I think it would be great for families with young kids too. The staff was very friendly, and had life jackets for each of us too. It was a terrific experience, everyone should go there. Also I understand the cost was good, 50 pesos each for swimmers, divers were more.
Written March 23, 2015
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Ma290Mo
Rio de Janeiro, RJ116 contributions
Jan 2020
Lovely place to relax after a hot day out and about. It is not crowded as other cenotes, and people running the place are doing a fantastic job. The entrance fee was just 50 pesos, and its facilities were great. There were male and female changing areas, a few lockers for 30 pesos or so, and a shaded parking lot. Water temperature was cold as one would expect, but, after some time, you can get used to it. This cenote was really good for snorkeling, although there weren't so many fishes. Spotted three or four maybe. Ideally, they don't allow people to eat or dink here. But, if you're hungry and can't wait, I think you can have a small snack. Felt really safe here, despite some reviews in which people tell stories of thefts and/or missing stuff. As this place usually does not get packed, it might be very difficult for such things to happen during daylight. Overall, it's an awesome experience and peaceful place to relax and enjoy the sun.
Written March 9, 2020
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Gen
Luleå, Sweden76 contributions
Feb 2019 • Couples
Went for a dive in this cenote just beside the road to Coba. Beautiful in the open area. Fishes, turtles, fallen trees. There are also overhead-part in the diving but the open area full of life is the best part.
Written February 7, 2019
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