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All Places in ‘Water activity’

  • Angelita Cenote

    The marvel of this fresh water cenote is only seen as a diver. Though it can be snorkeled, the area does not accommodate snorkelers. If you wish to dive this cenote you will need to make arrangements with a local dive center who will ask that you dive with them Read more [...]

  • Cenote Azul

    This is an open, fresh water cenote that is great for snorkeling and swimming. The cenote is perfect for all ages. With easy access from HWY 307 this cenote is easy to get to with public transportation. Bring your own snorkel gear.

  • Cenote Eric

    This is a small fresh water cenote at the entrance to the Sian Kaan. Hidden on the jungle side of the Tulum beach road, Cenote Eric is a great place to hang out off the beach. Bring your own snorkel equipment, the is not entrance fee, and entrance is easy Read more [...]

  • Cenote Manatee

    This is a very popular open cenote just steps from the Caribbean in Tank ah bay. Surrounded by mangroves, this cenote has both fresh and salt water fish, is perfect for snorkeling, swimming, kayaking and paddle boards. All equipment can be rented at the cenote. Divers will enjoy this cenote Read more [...]

  • Chaak Tun Cenote

    This is a good half or full activity for all ages. Entrance fees include snorkel gear, life jackets and helmets. There are a few entrances into this fresh water cenote and lots of jungle paths to explore. Perfect for ages, snorkeling and swimming, and close to Playa del Carmen. Take Read more [...]

  • Chac Mool Cenote

    Chac Mool cenote is a fresh/salt water cenote that is best for divers. To dive in this cavern all divers need to arrange diving with a local dive center. What is unique about Chac Mool is the halocline, the area where salt water meets fresh water in this cavern system. Read more [...]

  • Chickin Ha Cenote

    Chickin Ha cenote is great for diving, snorkeling and swimming. Diving can only be done with a certified cavern guide from a local dive center. Swimming and snorkeling can be done with or without a guide. Chickin Ha has a zipline for those who wish to soar into the cenote. Read more [...]

  • Cristal Cenote

    Cristal Cenote is located across the street from Escondido Cenote just south of Tulum. This fresh water cenote is shallow, great for all ages and perfect for snorkeling and swimming. It is a great way to spend the entire day. There is a small convenience store on site for snacks Read more [...]

  • Dos Osos Cenote

    This is a fresh water open cenote that doubles as an water park. The owners have added slides, platforms and docks to make your day at Dos Osos fun for the entire family. Dos Osos means the Two Bears and is located south of Tulum off Hwy 307. Snorkeling and Read more [...]

  • Escondido Cenote

    Escondido Cenote is located across the street from Cristal Cenote just south of Tulum. This fresh water cenote is shallow, great for all ages and perfect for snorkeling and swimming. It is a great way to spend the entire day. There is a small convenience store at Cristal Cenote for Read more [...]

  • Grand Cenote

    Grand Cenote is one of the most popular cenotes in the Riviera Maya along with Dos Ojos. The centoe has great formations, small fresh water fish, a turtle and great access with stairs, a platform and change rooms. Snorkel gear can be rented on site. Divers can arrange cavern dives Read more [...]

  • Kantun Chi Cenote

    Kantun Chi Cenote is an eco park with a cenote. There are many activities included in your entrance fees. Snorkeling in a cenote, exploring dry cave systems, kayaking in the cenotes and more. There are four cenotes and one dry cavern in this eco park. There are various tours that Read more [...]

  • Kin Ha Cenote

    This cenote area 22 kms west of Puerto Morelos on the cenote road is an adventure park if you would like a full day activity, or can be just a cenote swim. The full day ecopark experience includes entrance to a few cenotes, ATV’s, Swimming in the cenotes, snacks, non-alcoholic Read more [...]

  • Labna Ha Cenote

    This is a large cenote that is an eco park and all day affair. There is a restaurant, snorkel equipment and life jackets are included in the price, and there is a land play area outside of the cenote. Three cenotes can be explored for one price. There are wet Read more [...]

  • Ponderosa Cenote

    Fun open cenote that is great for diving (with a guide only) snorkeling and swimming for all age groups. This cenote is an open cenote with fresh water. There is a platform that makes it easy to get into the cenote. Bring your own snorkel gear as gear can not Read more [...]

  • Siete Bocas Cenote

    Siete Bocas located on the centoe road by Puerto Morelos is a fun adventure cenote suitable for all ages. Siete Bocas means ‘Seven Mouths’. This cenote has seven small openings with ladders that take you into the fresh water. Stairs are just a few steps and the caverns are beautiful. Read more [...]

  • Taj Mahal Cenote

    This is a great cenote for divers, not great for snorkeling and swimming as entrance to the cenote is small. All of the beauty is seen underwater including the halocline – where fresh and salt water meet in the depths of this cavern. All diving tours need to be conducted Read more [...]

  • Tak Be Ha Cenote

    This cenote is on the property of Hidden Worlds with few guides having access for snorkeling and swimming. If you have the opportunity to check it out, do so. There are no amentities and access can only be obtained with a guide.

  • Xcacel Cenote

    Located at the entrance to X’cacel Beach, this is a small fresh water cenote that is a quick walk to the soutwest of the beach. Bring your snorkel equipment as snorkel gear can not be rented on site. This is perfect of all ages, both snorkelers and swimmers.

  • Xunaan Ha Cenote

    Great fresh water cenote for swimming and snorkeling. This is a little known cenote that is used mainly by cave divers but swimmer and snorkelers are welcome. There are no amenities so bring water, towels, snorkel gear and pesos for entrance fees.