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Cenote Jaguar is possibly the least impressive cenote of the Parque Dos Ojos. The main draw to Cenote Jaguar is that visitors have the option to pay for a zip line ride that begins on one side of the cenote and crosses over the trees and water before landing at the other side.

The cenote lies at surface level, with cool blue waters surrounded by mangroves and jungle. There are three different jumping platforms, ranging from 2 meters to 6 in height. Otherwise, a wooden deck lets swimmers and snorkelers enter and exit the water. While the cenote is lengthy, much of the banks are covered in mangrove roots, so most of the activity sticks to the area just beneath the jumping platforms.

Life jackets are provided free of charge. Snorkel and mask (MX$70) and locker (MX$50) rentals are available.

All visitors must stop at the Parque Dos Ojos Visitor Center and pay admission before proceeding to Cenote Jaguar. The Visitor Center will try to upsell visitors on snorkel and diving tours. 

Cenote Jaguar is open daily from 8am-5pm. Admission is MX$250 per person, ages 7 and up. 

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Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Cliff Jumping
Swimming Hole


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