Tulum and Riviera Maya area has its own unique underwater sinkholes, called cenotes, with caverns, fish and mangroves nearby, creating an amazing experience even for the diver who’s seen it all!
A popular choice for cenotes snorkelling in the Tulum and Riviera Maya area is Casa Cenote or Dos Ojos or Two Eyes Cenote, which combines the beauty of the Caribbean beaches with the mystery of underwater caverns.
Prices Include:Free Fins & Snorkel Rental
Transportation from the pickup point and back & all snorkel sites entrance fees
Meeting points available: our dive shops in Tulum, Playa Del Carmen and Cancun.
Eco bottle with water & light lunch – for 2 snorkel swims or more on the same day. Professionally trained snorkel guide
All prices are per person, in small group of 4 people.
Prices are fixed, regardless of the number of people in the group.
Snorkeling requires swimming skills and no diving certification
For private snorkel tours, please contact us, so we can provide an exclusive offer for you.
Snorkeling in the Caribbean Sea and Reefs
The warm crystal clear Caribbean sea waters are home to abundant marine life. Imagine taking a relaxing swim in the company of a sea turtle or two. The second largest reef in the world: the Great Mesoamerican Barrier reef stretches all the way along the Yucatan peninsula.
Local Ko’ox adventure guides know the hidden special spots such as Soliman Bay reef, where you can enjoy a calm swim admiring the colorful underwater life.
Snorkel with Akumal Sea Turtles
Akumal means ‘Place of the Turtle’ in Mayan- a special place, not so crowded, where endangered sea turtles nest & feed on the seagrass. The sea bottom in Akumal bay is covered with their favorite treat: seagrass and they dive to eat it. Many local programs protect the turtles during their nesting period (May-November). The turtles you’d see there are endangered and the local & tourists swim with due respect to their environment and peace. You can see both Green turtles and loggerhead turtles there. The INAH reef, where we’d take you is one of the most amazing reefs in Riviera Maya – there are many sea turtles, rays and colourful fishes.
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