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Go for an amazing experience a thrilling night dive with crocodiles. Go after dawn under a moon lighted sky in the dark cenote with your torch searching for crocodiles Our party of three was accompaned by a diver and a snorkler to search for the...More
My boyfriend and I did the snorkel package since we are not certified divers. Pilar was our guide for the day and she was FANTASTIC! We arrived at the first Cenote early enough so it was very quiet. Then we went to the second, Dos...More
What an incredible experience! I totally recommend. Beautiful place, easy diving for beginners, magical. Instructor was great. Thank you so much Koox. Hope to see you again soon.
Guide was unprepared and made mistake after mistake. I chose this diving school because I thought they would be high quality (because of the high prices), but the opposite was true unfortunately. I did get my money back after the failed dives and chose a...More
Incredible tour from the Ko'ox team throughout Tulum's surrounding cenotes, an incredible monkey sanctuary and Mayan ruins. Highly recommend anyone who visits Tulum to go on a tour with Ko'ox!
I’m sad to write such a negative review. I really had high expectations from this company, as I have seen gorgeous picture on Instagram and read such amazing reviews. I use this company to do two dives in the cenotes and the person I was...More
Awesome experience all-around filled with good conversation, laughs, culture, adventure by: car, foot, zip line and harness, authentic food and people. Made my first trip to Tulum 1000x more appealing, enticing me to return again for a longer stay and to do more tours with...More
This was my third time diving with the Koox crew while visiting Tulum - and i'm just as impressed as ever before. Diving with Koox is like diving with old friends. They know the area intimately and take every measure to ensure their guests enjoy...More
We did the reed and the cenote. Joana was amazing and the cenote were my favorite part. If we had more time I would’ve done the two cenotes as well.