You can get to Gran Cenote by car, taxi, or organized tour. If you're driving, take the Tulum-Coba highway and follow the signs to Gran Cenote.
Other nearby attractions close to Gran Cenote are the Tulum ruins, other cenotes in the area, and the city of Tulum.
Yes, there are changing rooms and lockers available for visitors to use at Gran Cenote.
When visiting Gran Cenote it is recommended to bring swimwear, towels, sunscreen, insect repellent, and cash for the entrance fee and any additional expenses.
Yes, you can snorkel or scuba dive at Gran Cenote. However, scuba diving is only allowed with a certified guide due to the complex nature of the underwater cave system.
Yes, Gran Cenote is suitable for children. However, children must be accompanied by an adult at all times and should be supervised when swimming or snorkeling.