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Snorkeling in Cenotes in Tulum

Tulum area also has it’s 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 the Dos Ojos or Two Eyes Cenote, which combines the beauty of the Caribbean beaches with the mystery of underwater caverns.

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Snorkel ToursPrices in USDDurationLet’s Go
Dos Ojos$791;30pm – 4pmBook Now
Cenote Hilario$791:30pm – 4pmBook Now
Dos Ojos & Casa Cenote$998am – 12:30pmBook Now
Dos Ojos & Cenote Hilario$998am – 12:30pmBook Now
Casa Cenote & Soliman Bay$998am – 12:30amBook Now
Dos Ojos & Soliman Bay$998am – 12:30pmBook Now
Soliman Bay & Tulum Ruins Viewfrom $998am-1pmBook Now


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Prices Include:

Free Fins & Snorkel Rental
Free GoPro & Video lights rental upon request
Transportation from the pickup point and back & all snorkel sites entrance fees
Meeting points available: Tulum, Playa Del Carmen, Puerto Aventuras
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.

Soliman Bay and Reef – Eco Snorkel Tour

Soliman Bay – a non-crowded beach a few kilometres north of Tulum – is the Ko’ox Diving team’s favorite site for going for a snorkel in the sea. It is a very special spot – an enclosed bay with beautiful surroundings. Soliman bay’s coral reef is very beautiful with abundance of life at a shallow depth of about 2 meters. The ideal secret snorkeling spot where you can encounter lots of local reef fish such as barracudas, eagle rays, manta rays. If you are lucky you can meet sea turtles, and even nurse sharks.

Sometimes you even get to see small crocodiles sunbathing close to the dirt road. Some local birds like pelicans and marine eagles may also come to say “Hola”.