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Plan to spend 2-3 hours exploring the caves, cenote and property

There are 2 cenote caves to visit here and they are both beautiful. Plan to snorkel (we did) or... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Matumbo7
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Los Angeles, California
Holiday in Mexico with diving excursions

Very nice setting - hidden in the jungle away from the city hum - good accommodations - guided by... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Bernard M
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Belgium
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Cenote two Bear is GREAT for kids. This is a KIDS cenotes.To find this super cenote, drive south of Tulum town on 307 for about 10 minutes. The cenote is in the shape of a ring and it is a beautiful ride.There are plenty of table and chairs to enjoy...more
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Reviewed 1 week ago

There are 2 cenote caves to visit here and they are both beautiful. Plan to snorkel (we did) or scuba (if you are certified- this would be amazing but we are not certified) as the underwater world is a lot of what makes this cenote...More

Thank Matumbo7
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Very nice setting - hidden in the jungle away from the city hum - good accommodations - guided by Prodive organisation - instructor Phil - second cenote dive ( after Chikin-ha ) - good security briefing - crystal clear water - beautiful formations - first...More

Thank Bernard M
Reviewed 10 July 2018

This is a wonderful place to see the underground cave, to purchase the complete package which included the drive out to the cenote, the snorkeling gears and a hour and half of guided tour through out the caves. After the tours u r free to...More

1  Thank Isabella K
Reviewed 22 May 2018

i've been to a number of the cenotes in the area and this is the best one. fabulous for cave diving with good guides. has restaurant and bar nearby.

Thank jvojvo123
Reviewed 11 May 2018

My husband and I were looking for something adventurous to do in Tulum and Dos Osos was perfect! We brought our own snorkel gear with us and hoped right into the water! We got there first thing when it opened and were the only ones...More

Thank MorganLeighManning
Reviewed 8 March 2018

This is an experience you won't want to miss. It is seeing an underground cave with stalagmites and stalagtites while you snorkel thru the cave of connecting cenotes with a flashlight. It was awesome. The people took good care of us throughout the whole experience....More

1  Thank jude188892
Reviewed 23 February 2018

We did a dive here with Infinity2Dive (and incredible Tulum dive shop). The cost of admission here was steep and there are weird up charges apparently for bringing a camera, but at least as a dive--it is unforgettable.

Thank mommagogo
Reviewed 18 July 2017

Really interesting cenote with two separate water, snorkeling areas. Really dramatic cave, overhang snorkeling (we liked Grand Cenote better because of the connecting cave that you can swim through without scuba gear and turtles). They do a nice job of welcoming you. Also at the...More

Thank JeffereWest
Reviewed 30 October 2016

Bring some snacks or lunch and give yourself a beautiful lazy day. The water is nice and there are lots of places to picnic and chill. Only ten minutes north of Tulum.

Thank Lea B
Reviewed 15 May 2016

Most of these reviews are for DOS OJOS (Two Eyes), a totally different cenote! This listing is for DOS OSOS (Two Bears) cenote. If you want to snorkel in a natural jungle cenote and see the amazing cave formations, you want to visit Dos Ojos,...More

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