On this vacation during your stay in the Riviera Maya if you are looking for something different, visit the Grand Cenote on the outskirts of Tulum, where you can dive and snorkel, or just take a dip to mitigate the heat of the high temperatures in the area.
In this waterhole you can see turtles and small groups of fish that live there, as well as live a relaxing experience in its crystal clear waters; it is perfect for adventure lovers and for those who prefer to be in contact with nature.
The Grand Cenote has become one of the most important tourist attractions in Tulum and was considered a connection to Xibalba, the underworld of the Mayas. One characteristic is that it is surrounded by jungle, which allows you to enjoy unforgettable landscapes and flora and fauna that can be enjoyed in a few places.
Grand Cenote offers something to do for the whole family, if you are not a diver, you can still enjoy a great snorkeling trip, especially in those summer months when the cenotes are a great source to cool off.
Located just 5 kilometers from downtown Tulum, the Grand Cenote is just off the main road 109 Tulum towards Coba on the right, there is an entrance area right next to the parking lot, they open from 8 am with a cost ranging from 180 pesos per person.