Where can I snorkel in Barcelo Maya?

Where can I snorkel in Barcelo Maya?

The Siete Bocas cenote, in the Puerto Morelos area; the Ponderosa cenote, very close to the Barceló Maya Grand Resort; the Dos Ojos cenote, in the Xel-Há Park area, or the Gran Cenote, near Tulum, are only some of the places that you just can’t miss.

Are there cenotes in Riviera Maya?

(Only about 3,000 cenotes are registered – meaning there are many more still to be explored.) The Riviera Maya alone has about 300 of these natural pools.

What is the most famous cenote in Mexico?

Cenote Dos Ojos
1. Cenote Dos Ojos: Best Cenote for Snorkeling. Located just 15 minutes drive from Tulum, Cenote Dos Ojos is one of the largest and probably one of the most famous cenotes in Mexico. The cave system of the cenote is known to be at least 61 km and 118 m deep.

What is the best cenote in Riviera Maya?

8 Best Cenotes in Riviera Maya

  • Cenote Ik Kil, Chichén Itzá
  • Cenote X’Canche, Valladolid.
  • Cenote Dos Ojos, Tulum.
  • Grand Cenote, Tulum.
  • Cenote Jardin del Eden, Puerto Aventuras.
  • Cenote Chaak Tun, Playa del Carmen.
  • Cenote Samula, Valladolid.
  • Cenote Suytun, Valladolid.

Can you go into a cenote if you cant swim?

One doesn’t really swim in a cenote anyway, it’s more of a paddle-around kind of deal for most of us. Absolutely visit the cenotes. Many of the larger ones offer walking tours. You’ll see stalagtites, mites, learn the history and see spectacular sights.

Are there crocodiles in cenotes?

No they are not. There is one small gator – not crocodile at casa cenote. His name is Panchito. He likes to chill in one specific area on a rock sun bathing and is sometimes found in the water as well.

Can you get sick from swimming in a cenote?

Although coliforms are responsible for many diseases and doctors have reported illness from swimming in cenotes, nobody has yet directly sampled the cenotes in connection with determining coliform bacteria´s presence and relate the presence of these bacteria or other organisms with these diseases.

Do you need water shoes for cenotes?

Running or casual tennis shoes are ideal for this kind of tour. Water shoes are also welcome. Sandals/flip-flops: Wearing sandals is recommended after a refreshing swim and maintain your tennis shoes dry. They are easy to carry and keep your feet comfortable.