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Dip in the cold water of Cenote Dos Ojos

Cenote Dos Ojos (Two Eyes Cenote) is one of the most fantastic diving sites in the Yucatan peninsula of Mexico as well as being one of the most extensive underwater cave systems. Two Eyes Cenote name came from its two sinkholes of 70 meters in diameter that are connected by a 400-meter long passageway.

If you'd like to get your hands on some awesome snorkeling as well as diving expeditions then this cenote should on your list. Bright soft light of sun and clear water makes this the best place to get into water and adventure! 

The water in the cenotes is around 77 degrees so if your warm-blooded you may want to take the wetsuit but most people are fine in just a bathing suit after about a minute. If you have claustrophobia or are afraid of bats this may not be for you. But if you are an adventurer this is totally for you!


Dos Ojos is the location of the deepest known underwater cave passage at a 118-meter depth. The whole cave system is at least 61 km long.

The water temperature is ideal for snorkelling at a constant 24-25 degrees Celsius throughout the year.

Cenote Dos Ojos is located just three kilometers off the Highway 307, 22 km north of Tulum and 50 km south of Playa del Carmen.

Cenote Dos Ojos Visitor Information

Opening hours: every day from 08:00 AM to 17:00 PM.

Entrance fee: 200 pesos or about $14 USD. Snorkeling equipment can be rented for an additional 100 pesos.



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