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Cenote Triple Adventure Tour in Tulum

From US$116.00
Highlights
  • Visit three unique cenotes: Casa Cenote, Grand Cenote, and the Temple of Doom
  • Your guide takes pictures while you swim so you can focus on exploring 
  • Tour includes a safety briefing and snorkel equipment plus bottled water
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Cenote Triple Adventure Tour in Tulum
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Cenote Triple Adventure Tour in Tulum
From US$116.00
Overview
Travelers come to the Riviera Maya from around the globe to visit cenotes, divine swimming holes fed by underground rivers. There are many to choose from, with some passing as “secret” swimming holes deep in the jungle—though they can actually be crowded tourist affairs. Instead, let a guide take you to three unique cenotes near Tulum so you can free-dive, cliff-jump, and snorkel at each of them. Plus, your guide takes photos and provides them to you for free so you can focus on swimming.
What to Expect
Meet your guide and group at the tour office on Avenida Tulum in downtown Tulum. Board the tour vehicle and drive to Casa Cenote, known for its soft sand bottom, mangroves, and marine life.

Then, head to Gran Cenote, spending some time snorkeling and free-diving if you wish. Explore the cavern and rock formations.

The last stop of the day is the Temple of Doom cenote, fully underground but accessible by three passages through the “roof.” Dive or drop into the water from the passages, or climb a ladder to the water below.

After spending some time swimming at the cenote, make the journey back to Tulum. Finish the day with a drop-off at the tour office.

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1 - 5 of 26 reviews

Reviewed 6 days ago
The perfect way to spend my birthday!!

i am not sure i have words to truly capture how amazing this tour was! We swam, snorkeled, jumped, and flippered our way through 3 of the coolest Cenotes in Tulum. The Cenotes were beautiful and interesting, but our tour guide Jeff made this experience...More

1  Thank Kellie J
Reviewed 1 week ago
Excellent cenote tour

What a great company! They really know their stuff and treat customers like family. We had an amazing time snorkeling with Jeff!

1  Thank Emily A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Awesome!!!

Jeff and Freddy were amazing guides. We were snorkeling and cenote newbies (who were a little nervous) and these guys had us free diving into the water and jumping off cliffs like it was nothing! I highly recommend this group.

1  Thank Brian S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
A seriously fun, adventurous way to explore the beautiful cenotes!

This was honestly one of our favorite parts about our trip to Tulum. My sister and I booked this tour and definitely do not regret it. We did the 3 cenotes tour with Jeff and Ben who are ABSOLUTELY amazing. They're fun, personable, and make...More

1  Thank Aarti V
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Three Cenotes

Took the three cenote tour and it was fantastic. Jeff's top priority is making sure everybody has a great time. The three cenotes were all very different so I felt like we saw a good representation of what the Yucutan is all about. Jeff won't...More

1  Thank Martyn B
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