Swimming in a Cenote with a guide for 35$ a person is a bit pricey but it is very nice and very natural!
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If you've never tried this it is well worth it. The haloclines and thermocline (hope I spelled this correctly) are visible and like moving between oil and water. Loved the cathedral ceilings.
A couple of 2014 updates; many taxi drivers in playa now know this one and will try to charge around 300 pesos for taking you there and back. We, holding on to out pride and the fact that it's quite close by, decided to rent a scooter. We saved 30 pesos, our dignity and had much more fun. The admission... More
Took the trip to this cenote as a cruise shore excursion and am very pleased with the value. The kids thought it was great and so did the adults. Don't go if you're very claustrophobic, some of the places can get a bit narrow to navigate. I have a little bit of claustrophobia, but sucked it up and went anyway... More
We paid $140 for an 8-hour tour with Eco-Alltournatives, started 8:30am pick-up from our hotel, went Tulum ruins with a guided tour till 10:30am, 30 minutes shopping outside the ruins. An half drive to the mayan local community where we had lunch, we rapel down a sinkhole, drove a 4x4 jeep; zipline 3x, we had a backward-zipline and 3rd where... More
From Cozumel we took the tour to Isla del Carmen, that means a bait ride for 40 minutes. If weather is good no problem but it can be a bit windy & choppy sea so be careful if you tend to get seasick. Make sure to have your swimsuit, towel & sweater. The car ride to the caves is for... More
I went here as part of a tour, going first to Coba and then here. A guide took us back here and after walking for a while to the jungle came across the cenote. There was a small changing area made of wood from the forrest just outside of it and some people there selling snacks and trinkets. It wasn't... More
We visited the cenote as part of a snorkel tour and were amazed at the beauty and serenity of the place. The location was not crowded and appeared to be well managed. The swim through the caves was a special treat--looking forward to a future visit.
100usd was stolen from locker box. The cenote was good though. If you go to this place, make sure you know spanish. You don't need a guide. AGAIN, WATCH YOUR BELONGINGS!
The smell of the water here is awesome! Gotta go if you like to swim. Truly a magical experience. Spiritual refresher for anyone who is looking to breathe.
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