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All reviews small turtles rent a locker snorkel gear bats flying clear water life vests cool experience rock formations entrance fee stalactites and stalagmites pesos per person early in the morning avoid the crowds dos ojos cool off unique experience lockers
This was our first cenote and having now been to three we can say that this is the best. The snorkelling is amazing - lots of fish and turtles. Deep spots, places to dive down, dark cave areas. It’s got everything. Lockers to rent for...More
My girlfriend and I biked to the Gran Cenote which only took about 30 minutes from the far side of Tulum. We were pleasantly surprised at how close it was. Similar distance to the beach with ample room on the side of the road. We...More
This visit didn’t quite compare with cenotes dos ojos but was still worth a visit. The water wasn’t as deep or clear and it was very crowded however it was refreshing and the turtle colony was nice to see
Awesome place with clear water to admire caves and rock formations! Even a few turtles and fishes swim around. I'd put 5 stars if it weren't for the huge tourist masses shuffling around.. Probably better early in the morning or later in the afternoon. The...More
I visited the Cran Cenote one of the stops on a private tour with Primitive Expeditions. We arrived at 8am pretty much right when it opened. It can get SO crowded on weekends and later in the day. We went mid week and we were...More
I never give bad rates but here I will do. Place is very commercial and designed to take as much money as possible from you.
I took double lifejacket because I don't swim and I was...More
Nice cenote, a little bit touristic of course but they made it worth. You have lockers if you wanna put your valuables away. There are turtles, nice clear water, some caves you can swim in / thru to another part of this cenote. It’s a...More