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Absolutely beautiful place. The guided tour was well worth it. The only problem we had was their credit card machine wasn’t working and there was no cash machine so we had to do find a cash machine somewhere else.
It is a must go! When you get there they will offer you a lot of denotes/tour. Don't take the Dos Ojos, because it is beautiful but small and crowded. Not worth the money in my opinion. Take the tour in Los Monos, which is...More
We went to Dos Ojos to do some snorkeling. Entrance was 350P per person and our bracelet seemed to indicate we were supposed to have a guided tour. We were not told anything at the entrance and, arriving at the cenotes, no one was there...More
Arrive early is a good piece of advice! We went into the Parque Dos Ojos and you're great by staff who tell you a bit about the surrounding Centoes (there are a lot within this park) and from there you can decide what you want...More
Again no travel pack arranged tour, but simply on our own with our own taxi driver/guide in this way we go for the day anywhere you want and stay as long as you like and stop over anywhere and return back to the hotel when...More
Had the chance to Scuba Dive at Parque Dos Ojos while in Tulum last week. The dives are awesome & only get to about 20 feet deep although the caves go much deeper in some spots. If you get the chance one of the local...More
Eleazar did a fantastic with the tour, he also told us about how important it is to preserve the caves and the wildlife in the area and how important the caves are to the Mayans and there descendants. Best Cenote experience I've ever done with...More
Cenotes Dos Ojos is incredible to put it simply. The place offers a few different cenotes and if you do the snorkelling tour then you will get to see the Bat Cave which is in fact a cave full of bats. For 600 pesos pp...More
Went to Los ojos for a day trip to swim in the cenote.From Tulum to the cenote I took a taxi, which costs me around 200mexican pesos. When you arrive at the cashier, and you buy a ticket, the guy tells you there is a...More