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This cenote is very close to town and it is relatively small compared to other cenotes. Very cool spots due to the fact there are some small holes in between the rocks where you can jump right into the cenote for a unique experience.
Appears small from the top but there is lots of room to swim in the caved area. High roof and lots of small bats! Not as commercial as others. Ropes were great to hang on to. If not a strong swimmer may be hard when...More
The cenote was smaller than expected and was disappointed that the swig has been changed so it is very high and almost impossible to sit on. The grounds were not overly clean and I think a fence when walking past the houses and dirty animal...More
this cenote was really great, while someone did tie the swing in the not so we couldn't use it, the rest was still perfect. there was no one around, we could jump and swim as long as we wanted. not too many rules like other...More
This was our first cenote we witnessed. It was amazing. We arrived early to beat the crowd and capture the shots we wanted.
The cenote was down with water, so it takes a strong person to get in the rope swing and capture those shots...More
The owners/keepers need to pick up the litter that the stupid people leave behind. It's the least they can do considering they take a high entrance fee.
Still, it's a good cenotes - access is by jumping in from 1 of 3 holes. Clear, deep...More
Response from la_wandereuse | Reviewed this property |
Tough for me to say, but maybe I could give a little insight lol. I was there at 9am and close to lunch - the water wasn't lit up either time, but maybe it was just the day or time of year we went (October). I actually went... More
Tough for me to say, but maybe I could give a little insight lol. I was there at 9am and close to lunch - the water wasn't lit up either time, but maybe it was just the day or time of year we went (October). I actually went twice because the first time (early morning) I went the water wasn't lit at all. And then it happened the second time. I imagine if you go after lunch you might have the area to yourself for a bit at some point and be around there for the sun to be hitting the water. But if you have enough time, you could go a second time if you absolutely need to - especially given it's one of the cheaper cenotes to visit in Tulum. I'd be interested to know what works for you because all my photos came out with dark water!