Cenote Escondido

Address:West of Tulum town on highway 307, Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico

About Cenote Escondido

A true paradise found in the forest, the Cenote Escondido is finely filled with nature. It is prominent for its fresh relaxing atmosphere and clear blue water that is a best place for swimming and diving.

Cenote is situated across the Cenote Cristal; both are renowned for snorkeling and diving among practiced divers and are popular among fresh and new swimmers. The clean water and the jungle that also bounded them characterize the Cenotes.

Cenote Escondido provides you a chance to come in contact with the nature, relax yourselves in the soothing atmosphere, get absorbed in its cool water and to swim and explore around and all along it.

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