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Great for snorkeling. Highly recommend. Water is clear and deep. Their are some shallow rocks you... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
new braunfel,tx
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great fun

favourite cenote - something for everyone . you can jump in from an overhanging tree and off the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Harpenden, United Kingdom
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Beautiful, crystal-clear lagoon surrounded by lush rainforest and containing underwater caves: a great destination for snorkelers and scuba divers.
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Km.26 Carretera Cancun Tulum, 77710, Mexico
+52 984 873 0038
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Great for snorkeling. Highly recommend. Water is clear and deep. Their are some shallow rocks you can sit on but overall not too many shallow areas. Ton of fish for snorkeling. They even nibble at your feet.

Thank laura0524
Reviewed 1 week ago

favourite cenote - something for everyone . you can jump in from an overhanging tree and off the side into crystal clear waters . its a really nice size and can get basic food if you want.

Thank cole12
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The place is beautiful if you get there early in the morning when it’s not crowded and you can jump to the water without lines (and worrying about hitting people). The water is crystal clear and it’s so relaxing. I would recommend to bring snorkeling...More

1  Thank Mafalditus
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I have only visited 2 cenotes, so I can only compare it to the other one I visited (Cristalino). Jardin del Eden is MORE impressive when you look at it as it is larger and the water is simply magical (blue/green colors). It also has...More

Thank spiewaa
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I have been visiting cenotes all over this part of Mexico for decades. Cenote Eden is situated next to two other cenotes. Crystalino and Cenote Azul. The entrance fee to Eden has rapidly increased since 2015 when it use to be 80 pesos. Up until...More

3  Thank mexistu
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I loved this cenote it reminded my of the old rock quarries back home. Safe cliff jumping for all. Had places to buy burgers and hotdogs. Only gripe is from reading the reviews yesterday the price was 100 pesos. Well it went up to 200...More

1  Thank lovethesunNashville
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We've been to a number of cenotes on the Mayan Riviera. This one is particularly good as it's pretty big, offers a few fun options for diving in, and has some modest facilities. Cost is $5 for adults. It gets kind of crowded some days...More

Thank DanHNYC
Reviewed 10 July 2018

If you dive, you need to dive the Cenotes in Mexico. Completely unique. We were there for 6 days and did 1 day of ocean diving and 2 days of cenote diving. Ocean diving was good, but you won't get the cenotes anywhere else!

Thank Livinginpresent
Reviewed 19 June 2018

This cenote was the best one I'd been to, so far. It's large. Even though it was somewhat crowded, we weren't bumping into people. Plenty of room to move around. There is a small cliff for jumping off of. The water is clean and cool...More

Thank Mary_Author
Reviewed 16 June 2018

We decided to visit this cenote after reading really positive reviews and as it was only a 10 minute taxi ride from our hotel - Grand Sirenis. The taxi cost 230 peso each way and took us right into the land that the cenote is...More

Thank Ashlea H
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9 August 2018|
Response from Sets.Co | Reviewed this property |
I never use taxi there, but I’m sure, that interstate (carretera) is a main load between Cancun-Playa de Carmen-Tulum. There are many taxi on both side. Or, why don’t you try local bus (camión)? It’s cheap and most of local... More
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1 April 2018|
Response from mexicobarb | Reviewed this property |
No, they are not open on Saturday.