Cenote Dos Ojos was one of the first to open its doors, and is considered one of the most beautiful in the area. It is also among the ten largest underwater cave systems in the world, with some 60 kilometers.
If you are making a list to visit the different cenotes of the Riviera Maya, we leave you the route of the cenotes to orient you a little about them.
About Dos Ojos Cenote
This cenote is located inside Dos Ojos Park and besides this one, you can visit more cenotes. It is located in Tulum, Mexico. To access it from the park entrance there is a three-kilometer road, and there are several ways to get there, from public transportation to your private vehicle.
There is also the option of walking, although you have to be mentally prepared and in good shape to walk it without problems. And you may be wondering, why is it called Two Eyes? This is because there are two entrances to access it, one east and one west, one is for divers and the other is for bathers.
You have the possibility of entering alone, with a guide or having hired a special tour. The good thing about the last two options is that they include all the necessary elements so that you can develop the activity without problems, and they will also tell you curiosities and guide you through the place. If you decide to do it on your own and do not have equipment, you can rent it at the entrance.
Activities and prices of Parque dos ojos
As we mentioned a few lines above, in Dos Ojos Park you can do more activities that we leave you below:
- Diving Tours
- Tours de snorkel
- Visit to the other cenotes
To see Cenote Dos Ojos, prices are 350 for the basic entrance fee and 600 for a tour.
More cenotes in Parque dos ojos
If you still want to see the other cenotes in Dos Ojos Park, here is the list and their particularities in case you decide to visit one more:
- Jaguar Cenote
- El Pit Cenote
- Nicte Ha Cenote
- Los Monos Cenote
This is an open cenote in the middle of nature. Here you can snorkel and learn about the underwater life. It also has a zip line to slide down and have a great time.
El Pit Cenote
El Pit cenote is the deepest cenote in Quintana Roo, at 120 meters. Here you will dive into its depths and observe the stalactite formations inside. A unique experience to observe the beauty of nature.
Nicte Ha Cenote
The most familiar of the cenotes of Dos Ojos Park, where you can spend a quiet and peaceful day in a spectacular setting.
Los Monos Cenote
Enter the cave and admire this cenote in the middle of stalactites and crystal clear water.
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