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Me and my wife just visited in December 2018. Buatiful park. Easiest to take your own snorkel gear. We hopped in a collective for a couple bucks US and were there in 25 minutes. You can walk to a couple other parks while you are...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank EvanR298
Reviewed 1 week ago

We went to a number of Cenotes whilst we were in the Yucatán and each has their own charm, but some are definitely better than others. We did not bother going to any of the numerous eco-parks which charge a lot of money for entrance,...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank ringlandj_t
Reviewed 1 week ago

My husband I spent about two hours here last week. It was very crowded, but it didn't take too long to park and make our way to the cenotes. My husband slipped and took a fall and thankfully was not very hurt, but be cautious....More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Debbie S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The most commercial, busy and therefore unpleasant of all the cenotes I visited. If you like your peace and quiet avoid. If you like a water park you’ll be fine

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank nwhoran
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

As the area is currently still in high season as December/New Year holidays are coming to an end, the place was pretty busy. Staff mentions that in early morning (8.30) at opening time, there's hardly any visitors, so we will come back again then. Overall...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank cl0gw0glissy
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Too many people. Watwr is extremely cold. No room to put ur bags. No lockers. Place needs investment

Date of experience: January 2019
1  Thank Sam S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We arrived around 11 a.m. and got the last parking spot. Price was just over $100MEX. There are lifejackets available for a price, but we were advised that we could stay in the shallow end with our children and avoid getting one. Parking was free....More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank mltrini
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This was a DIY Trip from play del Carmen. We took the Collectivo van from calle 2 which was about 35 pesos each and was about 30 minutes drive. This was a much better value than a taxi as we were 6 people. Just tell...More

Date of experience: January 2019
1  Thank Dennis_M99_MTL
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Nice and basic, not overly big. Be sure not to stop there when you see a big bus park in front as this will not be fun (tip: several cenotes are very close, e.g., go to cristalino if this one is full; cenotes grutas are...More

Date of experience: December 2018
2  Thank paloma456
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Cenote Azul has beautiful paths through the forest. It has many turns so you can easier find a place to get away from others. Go early to enjoy the place alone for great photos. It was 100p per person. There is a cliff you can...More

Date of experience: December 2018
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TalieD15
August 22, 2018|
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Hi we solved this problem by buying a dry bag. Check out a good one from the internet and just get it.
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June 30, 2018|
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Very safe with a baby no problems. may have mosquitos but didnt see any suppose dependable on time of day and year, just take repellant with you in case
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June 26, 2018|
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100 pesos for adults 60 for kids (August 2018)
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Jewlsininfinity101
Boulder, CO
A few questions for things to do nearby/at CRT (3 Replies)
Hola Everyone, My boyfriend and I are planning a trip in late November and this will be our second visit to CRT. We're hoping to do some of the things we didn't get to do on our last trip to make a new experience for us. A few questions I am hoping to get help with because my internet searches have turned up nothing helpful so far. 1. I would like to visit Cenote Azul and Cristalino. I see it's relatively close to the hotel. Does CRT offer bicycle rentals so we can just ride our bikes...More
July 08, 2018|
Response fromAnotherBob|
See my suggestions in caps below each of your questions. Have a great trip ! 1. I would like to visit Cenote Azul and Cristalino. I see it's relatively close to the hotel. Does CRT offer bicycle rentals so we can just ride our bikes there? Or, would you recommend we take the collectivo instead? NO BICYCLES AT CRT. SUGGEST EITHER THE COLLECTIVO OR A TAXI. 2. Romantic Beach Dinner - Does anyone know the current cost of the romantic dinner on the beach? Also, is it only lobster for...More
dcikon2
Lenexa, Kansas
Cenote? (2 Replies)
We will be bring friends with us on our upcoming trip and they have never visited a cenote. I am trying to figure out which cenote(s) to visit, I am thinking of Gran Cenote, Cenote Azul, and/or Dos Ojos. There will be 6 of us. I realize Cenote Azul does not have lockers to rent. We are already planning a day at Akumal. I can never pass up my visit there! Plus, one of my favorite craft store is located there. I would like suggestions/recommendations on where to visit. I always take the...More
May 23, 2015|
Response fromVancouver Sundog|
Hi DC Azul and a few others are near the hwy so a taxi / colectivo will get you there as is Akumal Dos Ojos is a must as it's a cave opening. A guide can take you into the bat cave - not for those that are claustrophobic as its a few kms into the forest, One of my favourites is Cenote Xunaan-Ha This one is behind the small village of Chemuyil (same road as the Jungle Place) You need a car / taxi Entry is 50 pesos per person Cliff jumping is from 10-15 feet The bottom...More
tanya4
Chicago, Illinois
Tour vs on your own (1 Replies)
We are going to PM in February - staying at the Sensatori (I think). We wanted to do the Edventure Tours - but changed our minds, as we don't want to drive all the way to Tulum. But we like their tour - Cennotes and underground snorkeling, a few zips and turtle swimming. I know Selvatica is close to PM and I think we will do one of their zip tours, but they don't have the underground cave stuff. I know that Cenote Azul & is it Cristinol(?) are close by....can you take a taxi...More
January 03, 2009|