In Spanish, Dos Ojos means "two eyes." This unique site is named for two cenotes which connect via a cavern that has flooded with water and now serves as a popular snorkeling and dive site.
Dos Ojos is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and guests with varying levels of experience are welcome to swim, snorkel, and dive here. Both cenotes have hardwood decks for easy entrance, but the left eye is better for divers, while the right eye is better for swimmers and snorkelers.
To snorkel inside the cave, you will have to pay $35. To rent snorkeling gear, it will cost an additional $5(USD).
To learn more concerning diving in the Caribbean, including tips and suggestions for both "old pros" and beginners, check out our detailed discussion of diving in the Caribbean.
Set in the Riviera Maya, Dos Ojos Snorkel Cave welcomes residents and visitors who'd like to dive during their vacation in this part of Quintana Roo. In case you're wondering, Akumal is to the north-northeast.
Location: the Riviera Maya, Mexico
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