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Review of Cenotes Dos Ojos

Cenotes Dos Ojos
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Cenote and Tulum Experience from Cancun
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2-Tank Cenote Certified Dive in Tulum
Reviewed February 9, 2014

Very cool experience but definately hire the guide. They took me to places with only 6 inches of air between the surface of the water and the stalagtites. Snorkeling with the flashlight and seeing the divers below was like swimming in an aquarium or movie! Not for the claustrophobic!

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Reviewed February 2, 2014 via mobile

What a great way to spend part of your day. The guide provided was extremely pleasant, knowledgeable and professional! The cenote are amazing, to big to describe. Water crystal clear with colours I thought only existed in books. Will go again!

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Reviewed February 2, 2014

Cenote diving is fantastic! There are 3 cenotes at this location. Two at Dos Ojos, which in spanish means two eyes and so naturally they are the first and second eye. The third is about a mile further down the road and is called The Pit. Dos Ojos is very good but if you only have one dive in Mexico make sure its The Pit. I can't tell you how fantastic this dive is. At about 25 meters there is a layer of hydrogen sulfide which is given off by the brake down of vegitation which has fallen in to the water. It takes takes the form of fog and is really creepy but in a good way. The only thing to watch out for are the dive companies. Because the Pit is a new sight they are charging an extra $50 to go there, and as I said it is only a mile further down the road.

Thank paul r
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Reviewed January 23, 2014

Took a combi from Tulum to the entrance of Dos Ojos, and then hitch hiked to the cenote down the road. Probably one of my favorite activities, while in the area, it is a breathtaking experience.

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Reviewed January 22, 2014

I had imagined that all Centoe's were round, open air natural pools. Dos ojos is more of a cave/cavern and so the dive is not for the claustrophobic, especially when you switch off your torch.... That said it was my favourite dive of the 6 I did in Mexico (the rest were reef dives). Get there early before the crowds and you can have the dive to yourselves. You wont see a variety of fish but the silence and the formations are beautiful. Assuming you are not a certified cave diver you will be following a line through the system and back again with a guide and whoever else signed up with you. My partner snorkelled and loved it too.

Thank Derry O
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