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One of the main reasons we decided to go to Riviera Maya was getting to go to a Cenote. Since we have small kids we researched and found the "Dos Ojos" (Two eyes) cenote, which is not one cenote but you have a range to...More
Second Cenotes we visited this week after visiting Grand Cenote a few days earlier
We onky snorkelled here but there were many divers there also.
We got there by cab from our Hotel , Dreams Tulum , and that will cost you 250 Peso. Entrance...More
This was an incredible experience and unlike anything I’ve ever done before. The caves and the water are beautiful. Definitely get on a tour though, as you’ll get a more in depth swim through the caves with all the equipment you need, including flashlights as...More
This is two cenotes with a warren of tunnels joining them together. There is a really cool batcave that we surfaced into for a while, only accessible to scuba divers. There are loads of small swim throughs and tunnels, and quite a few albino little...More
We went to Cenote dos ojos last December and we had an incredible experience, the service is great, but the caves and the underground river is just amazing, Two weeks after we visited the news about this been the longest subterranean river on earth was...More
Such an amazing place. You were given gear and had a tour guide. You were taken into several different areas of the cenote to explore. Make sure you are closer to the guide to hear what he/she is saying. You get to go into a...More
Andres was a warm and wonderful guide who took our family of six on a guided snorkel tour with two other families through the magical twists and turns of the fossil-filled ornante stalagmite and stalactite caves of the Dos Ojos cenotes. From the swooping bats...More
My husband and I visited Cenote Dos Ojos this past week. We took the Collectivo (public transportation) from our hotel Gran Oasis Tulum. It cost about $70 pesos ($4-$5 US) each way.
We purchased the tour package which was $650 pesos each (about $40) per...More
If you don’t rent a car, a colectivo or taxi is the way to go. You can get one from anywhere in the main part of Tulum. We found dos Ojos rather disappointing, especially after Gran(d) Cenote which was fantastic.