Cenote Snorkeling

unforgettable cenote snorkeling experience!

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Cenote Snorkeling

Cenotes are amazing places that are spread all over the Riviera Maya. They are ideal for diving and snorkeling experiences. You can see wonderful wildlife like turtles,and colorful freshwater fish , explore caverns with beautiful sunlight beams, and more.

You can find great cenotes just a 15-30-min. drive south to Playa del Carmen, and others near Puerto Morelos town , around 30 to 1:30 -minutes drive from Cancun. The water temp is around 78 degrees.
We suggest the use of a long wetsuit.

Snorkeler

Cenotes in Puerto Morelos

$1,962.00 MXN

 Approx $98 USD

Snorkeler

Cenotes in Playa del Carmen

$2,180.00 MXN

 Approx $109 USD

Snorkeler

Cenotes in Tulum

$2,398.00 MXN

 Approx $120 USD

Extra dive in Playa del Carmen reefs

$1,310.56 MXN

1 Additional hour
Approx $65USD

You can choose the cenote you want to explore depending on your preferred location. We suggest three unique are perfect for snorkeling activities , this are beautiful locations. No matter which one you choose, you’re sure to have an amazing snorkeling experience!

Cenotes Near Tulum

(One-hour 45-minute drive from Cancun)

Snorkel at Dos Ojos

with two different amazing caverns to explore, bats, and stalactites.

Cenotes Near Playa del Carmen

(One-hour drive from Cancun)

Chikin Ha

has three different caverns to explore, one of which has an open area that you don’t want to miss!

Cenotes Near Puerto Morelos

Kin Ha and Hell Bells are deep, open cenotes, perfect for practicing freediving.

Included

Transportation

Round-trip transportation is included from any hotel in Cancun or Riviera Maya.

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