Explore the underworld

There's a staggering amount of Cenotes in the Yucatan Peninsula and it can be overwhelming to choose the right one. I like to go to as many as possible. Each cenote is very unique, but when you limited time, you want to go to one that exceeds your expectations . We include two places that fulfil that goal in this tour. A beautiful cave, part of the longest flooded cave system in the world, Sac Aktun, and an open cenote between mangroves with crystal clear waters that allow great viewing of the fish life from above the water. Have you ever swam in a life-size fish tank.  This is a unique setting, surrounded by mangroves and an incredible Cenote only a few meters from the ocean, with the possibility of spotting fish, birds and maybe even more fauna.

Once we finish here we take you to Sac Aktun, located just a 25 minute drive north of Tulum. This spectacular cenote, also known as Pet Cemetery, has an Oasis of incomparable beauty, timeless speleological formations (speleothems), artificial and natural lighting. Divers are able to visit places like this one everywhere in the Yucatan Peninsula, but his is the place for snorkelers. As we go through the cave, we can discover all sorts of shapes and colors and spot cave animals that have adapted to these conditions such as bats and even fish.

We finish having mexican antojitos for lunch. Great place to end your tour.

We can change one or both cenotes for another of your preference. Remember that we are experts on customizing experiences, so don't hesitate to ask if you want to go to another spot, but trust us when we say: these two places are spectacular. Feel free to contact me directly if you have any questions.

Dario Ferreira

CEO at Nature Geek Squad

145USD per person in group tours on specific dates

minimum 3 people

Private tours also available

Schedule (approximate)

8:20/11:00 am pick up time

9:00am Open cenote between mangroves

11:00am Cave

1:00pm lunch 

2:30pm Return to lodging 

Includes​

  • Snacks and beverages

  • lunch at restaurant

  • Entrance fees

  • Wet suit at cave

  • Snorkeling gear

  • Experienced guide

  • Lifejackets

  • Round ground transportation