How much does Cenote Dos Ojos cost?

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How much does Cenote Dos Ojos cost?

How much is the entrance fee? The entrance fee is 200 pesos or about $14 US dollars. You can rent snorkeling equipment for around an additional 100 pesos.

How deep is Cenote Dos Ojos?

119.1 meters
Dos Ojos contains the deepest known cave passage in Quintana Roo with 119.1 meters (391 ft) of depth located at “The Pit” discovered in 1996 by cave explorers who came all the way from the main entrance some 1,500 meters (4,900 ft) away.

Where is cenotes Dos Ojos?

Cenote Dos Ojos is located 22 km (13 miles) north of Tulum, which is about a 20-minute drive, and about 50 km (31 miles) south of Playa del Carmen. It’s part of a place called Parque Dos Ojos where you can also find other cenotes: Cenote Nicte Ha, Cenote Jaguar, Cenote El Pit, Cenote Los Monos.

How deep is the pit cenote?

The maximum depth of Cenote El Pit is 40 metres and the acid layer at around 27 metres. The surface of Pit Cenote is in oval shape where you can find stalactites clinging to the ceiling.

Where are the best cenotes in Mexico?

The Best Cenotes In Yucatan

  • Cenote Manatí (aka Casa Cenote) This river-like open-air cenote is one of the most unique and beautiful in the Tulum area.
  • Cenote Calavera.
  • Cenote Cristalino and Escondido Cenote.
  • Cenotes Yaxmuul.
  • Cenote Aktun-Ha.
  • Cenote Choo-Ha.
  • Cenote Zaci-Ha.
  • Cenote X’Canche.

What is the deepest cenote?

According to the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi), El Zacatón is the deepest cenote in Mexico, it has a natural tunnel that measures approximately 300 meters deep .

Are Mexican cenotes safe?

These cenotes are popular, frequently regulated attractions that, for years, have been deemed safe for swimming. Best of all, we always provide life jackets and snorkeling equipment, so we can mitigate any safety risks as much as possible.

Can cenotes make you sick?

Tourists who swim or dive the cenotes and get sick often blame the resort they stayed at, but there was a study a couple years ago showing that there is bacteria in many cenotes that cause illness that has the same symptoms of food-borne illness.

Where is the world’s largest underwater cave?

Yucatán Peninsula
In January, scientists and underwater explorers working with the Great Maya Aquifer (Gran Acuífero Maya, or GAM) project discovered the world’s longest flooded cave system, which stretches 347 kilometers in Quintana Roo on Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula.

Is the Blue Hole fresh water?

Most blue holes contain freshwater and saltwater. The halocline is the point in these blue holes where the freshwater meets the saltwater and where a corrosive reaction takes place that eats away at the rock.