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Well worth the ride on the long bumpy road. A lovely semi-open cenote with a bonus; beautiful hammocks strung in the center where you can leisurely sway in the dappled sunlight and watch and hear the brightly colored muk muk birds.
Booked with TUI and our tour guide jean was amazing. He organised us a tour around the village which was around the cenote. The cenote was lovely and refreshing and the only people there was the people on our tour which was great. The best...More
Stopped here on the from Playa del Carmen to Tulum.
We selected the furthest Cenote “Los Monos”.
Eddy was our guide, his English was good and he was thorough in his explanations.
This is a swim and snorkel type of cave exploration with the most...More
I biked to the caves all the way from Tulum. Its about an hour and ok. If you dont mind sharing the road with trucks and cars (not really the safest way to get there).
Anyways I ended up booking a snorkling trip for 600...More
My boyfriend and I did a small private tour from our hotel in Tulum. Was amazing. Our tour guide picked us up early. It wasn’t crowded. We snorkeled through the caves. So beautiful!! Had a fabulous time!!
After touring the ruins of Telum, our guide took us to a jungle where we zip lined over the cenotes. After about a half mile of walking, she took us to the first cenotes where you jump off if you wanted. They make you wear...More
Two cenotes in one! Beautiful cave formations... you snorkel the entire ring in the bigger "eye" and wonder at all the underwater cave worlds. Bats flying overhead. Take the guided tour to access the hidden cavern... very much worth it!
We ended up going here on a whim after passing a tour kiosk. This was the most memorable part of the trip for us. The public beaches were pretty brown and smelly from the seaweed so we skipped them. The cenotes are definitely the coolest...More
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Not exceptionally -- there are stairs leading down into the cenote but they have traction to avoid becoming slippery. The best way into the water is via jumping or using the ladder off the dock into the water! There is also... More
Not exceptionally -- there are stairs leading down into the cenote but they have traction to avoid becoming slippery. The best way into the water is via jumping or using the ladder off the dock into the water! There is also a nice grassy area above the cenote if someone in your party doesn't wish to descend the stairs but would like to view down into it.