Your Cenote Guide

Lately I have been a little obsessed with cenotes. I have found my favorites to be all in one place – Tulum, Mexico. Its crazy how many cenotes you will find in this area. Mexico is known to have the most cenotes in the entire world. Below is a breakdown of my top favs you definitely will want to hit when there!

Cenotes Dos Ojos

This location actually has three cenotes and all of them are so cool in their own unique way.

Cenote #1:

If you like to cliff jump this is the Cenote for you. With different levels to jump from and stunning scenery this is a pretty spectacular place to cool off at.

Cenote # 2:

This Cenote seriously feels like you are in a dreamland. With lilypads surrounding you and the birds chirping, this is a bliss sanctuary – perfect for the end of the day when you’re ready to relax.

Cenote #3:

This Cenote is so much fun to explore – especially if you’re a diver. We just snorkeled and free dived because we didn’t have our scuba gear, but even exploring when snorkeling is seriously so magical underwater. Theres tons of different hidden avenues underwater and stalactite/stalagmites that you come face-to-face with as you swim past. It feels like there’s so many places to venture to it goes on forever. This one is definitely a must if you like to explore hidden caves.

Cavern Exploration and Cenote Adventure | Progreso Shore Excursion | Mexican  Riviera Cruise Tours

Cenote Calavera

This Cenote is the ultimate “Instagram” location. With a rope swing seat, ladder and holes you can jump through in the back – this Cenote has a lot of cool elements to it. It also has a fun seating area with chairs around it for people that just want to relax without going in.

Cenote Ik Kil

Talk about jungle vibes – here you are surrounded by vines in this underground 360 cave. Theres a fun spot you can rope swing off of and a platform as well. This is a very popular for Cenote and its pretty obvious why.

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