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Which is the best cenote in Tulum?

Which is the best cenote in Tulum?

  • Cenote Cristal is one of the best cenotes in Tulum and one of the closest to the pueblo.
  • Dos Ojos (Two Eyes) is the most famous cenote, made up of 5 cenotes including the its namesake cenotes: the Blue Eye and the Black Eye.
  • Scuba lessons at Casa Cenote.

Are there free cenotes in Tulum?

Cenote Arco Maya Tulum is the only non-commercialised free cenote in the area that I could find. It’s quite well hidden but is a great place to get some quiet as no one else will be around. It’s also a great place to go for sunset since the tree-line is low.

How much does it cost to get into the cenotes in Tulum?

Cenote Manatí (aka Casa Cenote) Easily reached by an unpaved road around 9km north of Tulum, the entrance is $150 pesos, which includes a life jacket. Lockers are available for 50 pesos. Popular scuba diving location as well.

Are the cenotes in Tulum safe?

These cenotes are popular, frequently regulated attractions that, for years, have been deemed safe for swimming. Best of all, we always provide life jackets and snorkeling equipment, so we can mitigate any safety risks as much as possible.

Which is better Cancun or Tulum?

Cancun is our destination of choice, but Tulum is also worth visiting. If you’re looking for comfort, great nightlife, an abundance of activities, and somewhere affordable – then Cancun is the destination for you.

Can you get sick from cenotes?

Tourists who swim or dive the cenotes and get sick often blame the resort they stayed at, but there was a study a couple years ago showing that there is bacteria in many cenotes that cause illness that has the same symptoms of food-borne illness.

Are cenotes worth it?

Cenotes are a fantastic experience for diving and still pretty good for snorkeling. You won’t see many fish, but the cave formations visible from the service are quite dramatic. Be aware – the water is cold. It will start out refreshing, but can quickly get cold without a wetsuit.

Does Tulum have crocodiles?

Night Diving and snorkeling with the cenote crocodiles in Tulum is what you have come here for. You get the chance to watch the crocodiles in their natural habitat during the night. You can also see other interesting species such as shads, frogs, and other animals active at night.

Can sharks swim into cenotes?

Bull sharks can swim in both salt and freshwater, and are drawn to the Playa by cenotes that pump out into the sea, leaving an abundant food supply of fish and large turtles.

Can you get sick from swimming in a cenote?