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If you get the opportunity to visit this cenote while in Mexico it really is worth it. Beautiful and not too overcrowded. They have lockers available and the life jackets are free to use even if you are a confident swimmer. Lots of steps to...More
This Cenote is about a 20 minute drive from the famous site. They have lockers which you can rent for $2 and you can also rent life jackets if you need them. We did not need life jackets. After arriving we changed and went for...More
This cenote was clean and nice. There is a facility for locker, shower, restrooms, rest areas, snack bars, and a wading pool for kids. They rent life jackets for those who need them. They also rent towels. A bit far from Play Del Carmen but...More
Oh wow, upon arriving to Yucatan to go to Chichen Itza, they make you stop at a tourist (help) shop. In that shop they sell us this wonderful experience with full lunch and tranquil cenote, except the food was not the slightest eatable. It was...More
My husband and I went to this cenote while on vacation in Cancun. We went with a tour that took us here after visiting Chichen Itza. There are lockers and towels available to rent and cold showers for before/after swimming. We have some pics up...More
As part of our tour to Chichen Itza we stopped off here for an hour. Towels, lockers, vests are for rent and there is also a Resturant, toilets and a small shop for buying drinks etc. As a natural Cenote anyone going in there needed...More
This cenote was part of our tour. We stopped here after we visited Chichenitza so it worked out great because we were hot walking around Chichenitza so getting to the Cenote right after worked out because the water was perfect to cool down. This cenote...More