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The Treasures of Tulum

Updated: Jan 26, 2023

Tulum has around 350 cenotes distributed around the town. Here we recommend some of the most important cenotes nationally and internationally.

Parque Cenote Dos Ojos

The experience of swimming between two bodies of water connected by underground caves. This cenote is ideal for diving and snorkeling, accompanied by a guide you can dive into its wonderful crystal clear waters, observe its rock formations and fossil remains, which have been submerged for millions of years.

Dos Ojos remains in the top 10 longest underwater cave systems in the world, with 60 km of underground line.

Parque Dos Ojos has a great variety of cenotes

Schedule: Monday to Sunday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Basic Entry: $350 MXN | Tour: $600 MXN

Gran Cenote

The also known “Cenote Jardín”, competes with many other impressive diving sites in the area. With an exquisite light show that runs through the waters of an exceptional clarity, there is a great amount of beautiful lilies and local flora that acquire a magical quality within the cave, home of turtles, bats, small fish and more.

It is an experience that you should not miss if you are in the Yucatan Peninsula. It has attractive shallow areas suitable for snorkeling and swimmers, and deeper ones where you can see decorative walls, and its geology and underwater wildlife.

Schedule: Monday to Sunday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Basic Entry: approx. $250 MXN

Cenote Manatí or Casa Cenote

A good place to observe the biodiversity that exists in the mangroves, algae, rock formations, various fish, birds and crustaceans.

Mangroves are very special, the organisms of these ecosystems adapted to an environment of fresh and salt water at the same time. This cenote is very close to the sea and for that reason its water is salubrious, allowing the life of many marine and fresh water organisms, in this place it is possible to observe crocodiles and a great variety of fish and birds.

Schedule: Monday to Sunday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Basic Entry: approx. $180 MXN

Which cenote do you recommend visiting? 😉

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