DOS OJOS (TWO EYES)
The Cenote Dos Ojos is one of the most extravagant dive sites on the Yucatan Peninsula. It is also one of the largest underwater cave systems.
The visibility through the water is amazing and you can practice snorkeling and diving.
Dos Ojos is the location of the deepest known underwater cave passage at a depth of 118 meters. The entire cave system is at least 61 km long.
The water temperature is ideal for diving at a constant temperature of 24-25 degrees Celsius throughout the year.
It is one of the largest open-air Cenotes in the Riviera Maya, which makes it perfect for aquatic photos, thanks to its crystal clear waters that allow perfect visibility underwater to observe the hundreds of fish that live there.
This cenote is surrounded by green vegetation and trees of the region that give the impression of being in the Garden of Eden, around there are some palapas to rest or enjoy nature and relax.
The Gran Cenote is one of the most famous cenotes in Mexico.
Located a few kilometers from Tulum on the way to Cobá, this is one of the best places to dive in the Riviera Maya.
Although its name suggests that it is just a large cenote, it actually consists of several cenotes that meander through the green jungle floor and are connected by wooden walkways.
The color of the water is so clear that you can see fish swimming without even diving.