Tulum is a Riviera Maya offers you large expanses of white sand, palm trees and a huge sea of a beautiful turquoise tone, inside it also protects a Natural Reserve, an incredible Archaeological Zone and if that were not enough, it offers you two aspects of incredible cenotes. In a radius of approximately 4.5 kilometers and with two different directions, one heading to Coba and the other to Felipe Carrillo Puerto, you can find hundreds of open-air cenotes at the foot of the road. open emerald green tones that invite you to cool off and explore the Mayan jungle. The vast majority contain caverns where expert divers and apprentices come every day to immerse themselves inside and discover the underwater beauty that it protects. Due to its proximity to the town, many of its visitors choose to rent a bicycle and tour each of the cenotes this way or there are adventurers who make the tour on foot.
Located just 5 minutes from Tulum, this impressive cenote is just 100 meters from the road. When you arrive at the place
It is located about 3.5 kilometers from Tulum, on the road that goes to the Mayan ruins of Cobá
It is located just five minutes west of Tulum, on Highway 307, in front of the entrance to Cenote Cristal.
It is very famous since several divers have been accredited with cave diving certification, to access the cenote you go down one