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Turtle Swim & Cenote Snorkel

Riviera Maya, Mexico

Monday- Saturday 

     Two Cenote stops and one Ocean Stop to swim with the Turtles.

$99.00 per person minimum 6 people or purchase of 6 spots 

You will be picked up at your villa or hotel around 8am. We bring you to our Puerto Aventuras meeting point and get you geared out with your guides and then you are on your way. Groups of every 8 get an additional guide. 

Your will start your tour with a visit to the Garden of Eden Cenote one of the many local Mexican limestone cave systems.

It is a beautiful spot etched out of rock, the water is cool and little fish will nibble at your toes. It is an example of an open cenote, no cave roof. 

The garden of Eden has a great high jump off point that is a must do, and if you are feeling really brave you can climb a tree for more height.

After you have seen the wonders of this place we are off for more. 

 TURTLES! Everyone loves turtles and so on to snorkel at theTurtle Bay where you will see, sea turtles and maybe a sting ray or two.

During the day you will have a wonderful lunch of traditional mayan food, pulled pork or chicken, substitutions can be made for special diets. 

Then we will return you to another amazing cenote, Dos Ojos which is a flooded cave system located south of Playa Del Carmen . 

It is a closed or cavern cenote. The name Dos Ojos means two eyes and the cenote is called that for the two neighboring cenotes that have a shared cavern, which makes it appear as if it has two large eyes.

Dos Ojos remains in the top 10 longest underwater cave systems in the world.

It contains the deepest known cave passage in Quintana Roo with 118 meters / 396 feet of depth located at The Cenote Pit.

The route of this tour may change depending on your location or group dynamics. If you have small children or older people in your group we can modify the cenotes to have easy access and make this trip the best out of your Riviera Maya tour choices. 

This is a private tour that comes with CPR/First aide response guides, that are also PADI dive instructor certified.

At the turtle snorkel all the proceeds for that entrance go directly to CESIAK a local non-profit turtle conversation project.

What to bring: Wear your Bathing suit , Towel, Underwater disposible camera, Hat for the sun or a swim shirt, Money for any extras, Good walking shoes, Dry shirt.