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We had been to several Cenotes in the past., but none like Sac Actun. Other Cenotes you have to get out and walk from Cenote to Cenote. Not at Sac Actun... here you are led in a small group through an underground and completely enclosed...More
The cenote itself is spectacular. Swim thru caves, some very narrow. We were disappointed in the "tour" the guide did not offer any info on the history of the cenote. We were eager to learn more of the mayan culture and history. This did not...More
Deep and huge, this cenote opens up as you descend like and inverted ice cream cone easily reaching 130 feet. However, the most amazing thing here is the beam of light coming form the small entrance, simply breathtaking!
If you want to admire nice caves while snorkeling from the surface, this is a great place to go! Only guided tours and live jacket is obligatory. The guide was knowledgeable and gives a lot of information about this kind of ecosystem for the interested...More
After reading about so many cenotes, I was a bit overwhelmed as to which to choose. So we let our tour guide make this recommendation. It just so happened he had worked as a guide at this cenote for several years before becoming a tour...More
The cenote was a once in a life time experience. Must go in Tulum. Antonio our guide was amazing. Funny and very knowledgeable, we didn't feel unsafe once with him. There's definitely a trust factor when doing something like this and Antonio immediately put our...More
Had a great time! Bought tickets at entrance ( included a guide!) you will not need flash light unless you are snorkeling. There are plenty of lights! Take your phone with u if it’s waterproof. Pictures are amazing ! Water is soo clear and blue!!...More
My husband and I had the most amazing experience at this quiet "non tourist trap" cenote. Our guide, Luis, was extremely knowledgeable, and since October is considered "off season" we had a private tour. Almost all of the cenote is in caves and the water...More