The Cenote Cristal is a few kilometers from Tulum is a good stop on your way. The federal highway 307, which runs along the Riviera Maya, is dotted with beautiful cenotes.

Only 3 kilometers south of Tulum you can visit two very attractive cenotes: the Cenote Cristal and the Cenote Escondido. The entrance ticket serves you both, so visit both, right? The main entrance is in the Cenote Cristal, with the bracelet they give you you can also go to the Hidden, which is on the opposite side of the road.


Crystal Cenote, Tulum Cenote

The Cenote Cristal, also known as Naharon, is an open cenote of crystalline waters. Its vegetation and surroundings place you in a beautiful landscape. Being able to bathe here surrounded by palm trees is a good idea, and that cooling in a cenote never feels bad. The baths in the cenotes really give me life, a vice.

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Features and services of the Cenote Cristal

It has a platform of about 2 meters to test your best dives, and for those who can not swim, as in all the cenotes enabled for tourism, they offer vests, also in the water they place ropes to hold and feel more secure. 

With a depth of 7 meters, the Cenote Crystal It is easy and quiet. There is an area with hammocks and tables that make it ideal for swimming and taking a nap. If someone did not try the wonderful invention of the hammocks, that does not leave this land without trying it.

Ideal to go with family with children, for the comfort offered by the space itself and the shallow depth in some areas of the cenote.


Tulum diving in Cenote Cristal

Scuba diving enthusiasts will also enjoy. The most daring can travel the 500 meters that separate it from Escondido, an adventure that seems very interesting.

The Tulum area has the most sought after cenotes by divers, from the Angelita cenote, skull, Dos Ojos or the Pit. If you want us to recommend a dive center, do not hesitate to write to us, we are here to support you.

The cenotes are authentic recreational spaces, lucky to enjoy them. Enjoy these places and remember to follow the rules of the good cenotero that we put in the tab below.

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Cenote Cristal, cenotes

LOCATION: Cenote Cristal is located 3 kilometers south of Tulum (towards Felipe Carrillo Puerto). The entrance is on your right, it is indicated.
SCHEDULE AND SERVICES: open from 8 a.m. to 17 p.m. daily. There are services at the entrance of bathrooms and showers (showers), changing tables, hammocks, tables, rent vests.
PRICE ENTRY: 120 mxn general entry to the two cenotes and 200 mxn divers. The residents of Tulum have a discount. The same ticket is used for Cenote Cristal and Cenote Escondido.
HOW TO GET IN PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION?  From Tulum you can take any bus or collective that goes to Felipe Carrillo Puerto. You must walk about 2 kilometers to the cenote Escondido.
WHAT TO BRING?  Light and light clothing, hat, insect repellent, sunscreen (use it after bathing), closed and comfortable shoes to protect you from insect bites, some water is always good. Swimsuit and a towel or sarong to dry off after bathing. It is a good option to wear a diving mask to better appreciate the place.
THE LAW OF THE GOOD CENOTERO: To avoid contaminating the delicate water of the cenotes, do not use body creams, or protectors, or repellents before entering them. Do not hang from the roots of the trees or touch the stalactites or do any other idiocy that damages the place.
CENOTE CRYSTAL CHARACTERISTICSthe crystal cenote can be dive y swim. Depth of 7 meters. It has a platform of 2 meters.

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