Cenote Cristal

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Address:West of Tulum town on highway 307, Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico
Cenote Cristal is located approximately five minutes from Tulum. It is a real ecstasy, well known for its clean atmosphere; the suitable water to dive in; beautiful, colorful and attractive birds and iguanas and fresh palm trees that are admired by sophisticated and cultured people.

A wonderful place for swimming, snorkeling, floating or scuba diving*, Cenote Cristal will win you all. Cenote Cristal will give you feel of a natural swimming pool that is perfectly enclosed by calm palms with dancing iguanas and bright singing birds.

* must have a cave certification in order to dive in the caves with scuba kit.

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