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Cenotes Casa Tortuga Tulum

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Out of my comfort zone.

I'm claustrophobic. But I went into the 3 cenotes. Actually our guide, Frank took us through a 4th... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
tiawagoh
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Sacramento, California
Stunning and so much fun!

Loved our visit to Casa Tortuga. Had a great tour guide (included in the price) and we were taken... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
sk95492
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Richmond, Virginia
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Reviewed 1 week ago

It was good, and worth doing - I felt the tour was overcrowded and in an already claustrophobic environment it was a little stressful - Our tour guide only spoke Spanish which, we can't blame in a Spanish speaking country but I found it unsettling...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

My husband and I caught a taxi from Tulum and asked to be taken to the Gran Cenote. He took us to Cenote Tortuga where they wanted to charge us 1000 pesos. They reduced it to 450 pesos each which we declined . The driver...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I'm claustrophobic. But I went into the 3 cenotes. Actually our guide, Frank took us through a 4th cenotes. They planned the route very well. The first one was shallow. That helped us get accustomed to the environment. The 2nd one was deep. The 3rd...More

Thank tiawagoh
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Loved our visit to Casa Tortuga. Had a great tour guide (included in the price) and we were taken to 2 caves, then an open cenote for free swimming. Caves were the coolest part- our tour guide was very educational. You're given an opportunity to...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Worth doing as it’s 3 cenotes, 2 of which are under ground. They don’t have the pretty fish like Azul but a different experience going in the caves.

Thank jamish
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This is a smaller non conercial cenote. We were made aware of it by our taxi driver and after getting there I'm glad he told us. There are 3 cenotes and for 400 pesos per person they take you on a tour of all 3...More

1  Thank abcmoose2017
Reviewed 16 August 2018

We had planned to go to another cenote but it was too crowded so our driver brought us here instead. We are so glad! We were traveling as a family of 9. Two of us brought their own scuba gear, five of us are average...More

Thank cynreimel
Reviewed 15 August 2018 via mobile

Super nice Cenote in the Tulum area. Went there by public transportation „Collectivo“. The site includes 3 cenotes where you can snorkel and swim. Entry fee was 400 Pesos ... we met a family which bought the ticket at Tulum (historical site) and payed there...More

1  Thank Thomas M
Reviewed 14 August 2018

Slightly more expensive than other cenotes but you get 3 for the price of one and it appears to be run by the local community. 2 cenotes are in caves and 1 large cenote is open. Lots of opportunities to jump in off of 5m...More

Thank Real_Womble
Reviewed 9 August 2018 via mobile

We arrived here early by a taxi from GBP and he waited for us for 3 hours (1500 Peso). Our guide Ivan greeted our party of 7 (three kids aged 7,8,9). Life jackets are mandatory in the caves. We were joined by 2 others so...More

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Moniqoi
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You can take a collectivo. Most people take a taxi and ask it to wait. We didn’t realise this but waved down a collectivo. It is a little bit of a walk from the main road so a taxi there would help with actually getting u... More
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