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Transportation to and from the meeting point
High quality dive equipment rental: full dive gear set
Free GoPro & video lights rental, upon request
Prices are fixed, regardless of the number of people in the group.
1-4 people small group visits – every day
Open water certification or equivalent is required for scuba diving.
Cave diving certification is required for cave diving.
For private tours, please contact us, so we can provide an exclusive offer for you.
The Topography of Dos Ojos
Imagining the view from far above, you can understand how “Two Eyes” got its name. There are two sinkholes, each around 70 metres in diameter, linked by a 400m long connecting passage with a larger central cavern in between the two sinkhole entrances.
At surface level, Cenote Dos Ojos is breathtaking. The water is almost a translucent blue, warm and inviting. The immediate cave floor is made of sand. It’s only at the cave edges where the darker water starts and divers can sink away beneath the earth. Depending on which sinkhole you enter from, the stalagmites and stalactites can offer an air of mystery which is only heightened as you explore the tunnels and caves between the Two Eyes.
This particular cenote, which has a maximum depth of 10 meters (around 33 feet), is part of the larger Sistema Dos Ojos cave system. Earlier in 2018, this system was also connected with Sac Actun and they are both now the largest in the entire world and also includes the famous El Pit, the deepest area and one of the most highly recommended for slightly more experienced divers.
Cenote Dos Ojos Snorkeling
Dos Ojos cave is fantastic for diving, but it’s a wonderful choice for snorkellers of all ages too. With shallower and deeper sections both offering interesting, almost paradisical sights and interesting geological features, even young children will enjoy a visit.
The Natural Park
There are plenty of facilities around the two cavern openings too. Take a break from your dive and enjoy a snack and relax beneath the jungle foliage or wander around before dipping back beneath the surface.
The Batcave is a unique area of Dos Ojos which can be accessed easily as long as you have a local guide on your dive. A great many bats can be seen flying and resting in and around the roof of the cave. They keep the insect population of the cenote at a record low, making it a very forgiving, paradise-like location.
Q. How long is the dive?
A. A dive starting at each entrance is possible, with each route being very different. Each dive can last around 45 minutes.
Q. How deep will we go?
A. The maximum depth of the cenote is 10 meters.
Q. How far can I see when we get down there?
A. The water in this cave is quite stunningly clear.
Q. Is there an entrance fee?
A. Yes. You will need to pay a small entrance fee when you enter the park. If you are visiting the cenote with us – all fees are included in the tour price.
Q. Can I park?
A. Yes, there are parking spaces.
Q. Are there a bathroom and showers?
A. Yes, there is an ecological bathroom and showers.
Q. Can I buy food and drinks there?
A. No. We suggest that you take some food and drinks with you. If you are visiting the cenote with us – we will be bring drinks.
Q. How easy is it to get into the cenote?
A. Very easy. Though you should always be careful getting in and out of the water, of course – especially when laden down with your diving gear – there is a well maintained wooden jetty and shallow steps leading down into the water. It is easily accessible for all ages.