La belleza del cenote Naharon es única. Los colores del agua son esmeralda y tiene poca profundidad

DIVING IN CENOTE DOS OJOS

THE INCREDIBLE Cenote Dos Ojos ( TWO EYES )

Cenote Dos Ojos is located in the Jacinto Pat ejido, almost in front of the Xel Ha park and 3 kilometers into the jungle. On the way to Cenote Dos Ojos there are numerous cenotes, all of which are connected via underground. Diving in Dos Ojos can be commonly mixed with diving in the cenote “The Pit” or deep cenote, named for its incredible 400 feet or 120 meters of depth.

Cenote Dos Ojos
Dos Ojos es un sistema de cuevas con miles de laberintos subterráneos
Cueva Decorada
Cenote Dos Ojos tiene poca profundidad y es muy decorada
Cenote Dos Ojos
Azul Electrico
Dos Ojos tiene unos colores eléctricos que te volverán loco al bucear sus aguas cristalinas 100% todo el año
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To dive in Dos Ojos from Tulum with Dive Tulum we need to bring all the equipment already perfectly verified from our dive center, it is this we almost went with our friends from Miami, Jeff and his incredible wife Liz both certified PADI Advanced divers. The first dive in cenote Dos Ojos takes place in a straight line towards the barbie line, which has huge stalactites and impressive columns that have a crystalline and wonderful electric blue bottom. Diving to the Barbie Line in Dos Ojos takes us 45 minutes round trip with some passages that could be considered “caves” since for seconds it seems that no ray of the sun arrives.

THE MOST CURRENT CENOTE OF THE RIVIERA MAYA

One of the main attractions of Cenote Dos Ojos is its crystal clear waters where it seems that water does not exist and you can feel how the diver floats in space and the tranquility of the sound of the bubbles that hit the ceiling of the cave.

Diving in Dos Ojos requires precise buoyancy control as some of its underground passages are narrow. The Riviera Maya has more than 1200 cenotes of which less than half are open to the public, Dos Ojos was one of the first to open due to its incredible transparency of the water.

Visits to the Dos Ojos cenote are very busy, so you should make a reservation in advance to guarantee the best adventure with Fernando Davila at his DIVE TULUM diving center.

And if you are still thinking about obtaining your PADI Open Water certificate, get certified with us Dive Tulúm

 

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