Generally, the entrance fee in Casa Tortuga Cenote includes a guided tour, so you can explore the cenotes with a group!
Yes! There is a restaurant with incredible tacos in Casa Tortuga Cenote. Moreover, you can pay an additional fee to include a buffet in your tour!
In Casa Tortuga Cenote, you might see various types of fish, turtles, and some birds singing around!
Bring a swimsuit, towel, eco-friendly sunscreen, water, and a change of clothes. Waterproof cameras or GoPros are great for capturing the experience.
Yes, it's generally safe to swim in Casa Tortuga Cenote. If you're not much of a deep water person, stick to the shallow zones!
You can reach the cenotes by taxi, rental car, or a moto. If you're driving, there's a sign indicating the turn-off from the main road.
Booking the entrance ticket for Casa Tortuga cenote costs about $ 42 USD, or 650 MXN pesos. This fee includes a guided tour through the four cenotes.
Cenote Casa Tortuga is located about 15 km north of Tulum, just outside of the town, about 20 minutes driving.
In Casa Tortuga there are four cenotes:Cenote Wisho, Cenote Campana, Cenote Jaguar and Cenote Tres Zapotes.