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All reviews playa del carmen fish cliff jumping scuba diving dirt road crystal clear water dos ojos entrance fee jump off large rocks life jackets bring pesos shaded areas couple of hours great swimming paid pesos lots of fun
My fiance and I ventured out of the resort on our own with no tour guides to this beautiful cenote. A staff from the resort that we stayed at recommended this cenote so we had to try a local favorite! It was quick and easy...More
This is a really nice Cenote. Deep in the jungle, hidden from the traffic from the motorway, you feel like being in a paradise.
It’s a big open Cenote with clear blue water. There are a lot of fishes inside, mostly small but some big...More
Went there with friends but after we had gone to cenote Azul, although the place had lifeguards, lockers and a little snack bar we left a little disappointed as we were comparing it with cenote Azul. This cenote is however a little better for those...More
We only had 25 dives under our belt and the first few minutes were a little scary. After we got used to the caverns it was fun and beautiful. You are never more than 200 meters from open water but there are some stretch's that...More
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.
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
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
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
Response from Barbara W | Reviewed this property |
Taxi on the way back might be difficult. I suggest the public bus until you get to Playa del Carmen if going further north. Get off and then take a taxi from there. Be careful crossing the HWY to catch a north bound bus... More
Taxi on the way back might be difficult. I suggest the public bus until you get to Playa del Carmen if going further north. Get off and then take a taxi from there. Be careful crossing the HWY to catch a north bound bus. The highway is very busy, no traffic light or pedestrian over path.