Cenote Tours

"It is the incomparable mix of crystal clear water, enormous visibility, impressive stalactites, stalagmites & dripstone columns, surreal light & mirror effects, picturesque discolorations, a sheer endless variety as well as the immense cultural significance that make visiting a cenote an absolutely unique experience for everybody."

We take you to the prettiest cenotes of Quintana Roo & Yucatán and offer you the following activities:

  • Taking photos/videos (with your camera)

  • Swimming, bathing and cliff jumping

  • Snorkeling

  • Freediving

Includes

  • Professional guidance & safety

  • Transfer from one of our meeting points*

  • Entrance fees

  • Mask & Snorkel

  • Drinking water (BYO bottle)

  • Snacks

  • Local lunch (one main dish)

Locations

Up to 4 stunning cenotes in one day

Duration

Depending on location and quantity; anywhere from 4 to 11 hours

Optional at extra charge

  • Snorkeling Plus; includes a wetsuit and fins

  • Freediving; includes full freedive gear (certification required)

  • Professional photo shooting

Additional information

  • We kindly ask you NOT to use the following products, as they significantly damage the ecosystems connected via aquifer:

    • Sunscreen

    • Mosquito repellent

    • Make-up

    • Perfume

  • Where possible, we ask you to shower before entering the water.

  • Generally, the conditions in the cenotes are relatively stable and are not affected too much by the weather. However, we would like to clarify the following:

    • If it is cloudy, the light & mirror effects will be correspondingly weaker or not visible at all.

    • After long or heavy rains it happens in some, especially open cenotes, that the first 1-3 meters of water become murky and/or discolored.

    • When it rains, small waterfalls sometimes form in semi-open and closed cenotes, which again creates a completely different, wonderful scenery.

*Hereby we declare the transport explicitly as gratuitous service and exclude an individual pick-up.

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