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Casa Cenote

1,022 Reviews

Casa Cenote

1,022 Reviews
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Experience the top adrenaline sports of the Riviera Maya on a trip that combines off-roading, ziplining, rappelling, and snorkeling in a cenote. This fast-paced half-day adventure is perfect for thrill-seekers who just have one day in Tulum and want to see as much as possible. Plus, wrap up the outing with the chance to take part in a traditional temazcal (sauna-like) ceremony—a cultural experience not included on most adventure tours.
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Tara F wrote a review Sep 2020
Los Angeles, California7 contributions1 helpful vote
We stopped here on a cenote tour. It was a nice break from the usual cenotes. It was very large in a long meandering river kind of vibe so it felt extra relaxing. The tunnel on the bottom goes straight into the ocean so there was a neat "underground river" effect where the salt water and fresh water meet.
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Date of experience: September 2020
fataspen wrote a review Aug 2020
Houston, Texas50 contributions12 helpful votes
Easy entry point. Nice mix of salt water and fresh water. Lots of little fish. A fair amount of good size Tarpon fish. Rumors of a friendly Alligator. But, we never saw him.
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Date of experience: August 2020
product-of-canada wrote a review Mar 2020
Toronto, Canada2,244 contributions820 helpful votes
We almost did not go to this place because it is a bit out of the way, especially if you're relying on collectivos and foot power in 30+C temperatures. Also, we almost did not go because of some of the reviews here. However, we went, and loved this place. We have so many great memories. It is such a surreal feeling swimming through this cenote - it feels like you are in the jungle. We went mid-afternoon on a beautiful weekday, and we were the only ones around at certain parts (including the end were there is a crocodile warning, and another warning not to go any further without a guide). Some of our best moments were right at the very beginning of this cenote...that is where we saw the most sea life (including a stingray), and schools of large fish. There is a great spot there in shallow water where you will get the best fish pedicures we've ever experienced. Just sit there for a while in shallow water, and they will come. There must have been a couple of dozen eating away per foot. It is so dense with them that they're easy to catch (and release) by hand. If you're not a strong swimmer (like me), this may be a bit challenging, as this is a elongated, meandering cenote in consistently deep water with no where to take a break (standing) in shallow water. But you can rent various items, including snorkel gear (just bring your own if you can), life jackets, paddle boards, etc. We did not have any bad experiences with staff, as some reviewers suggested...but it helps to know some Spanish. If you don't want a guide, just tell them that. Don't feel obligated to get a guide. I've been to at least 8 cenotes in the past year, and I would have to say this one is in my top two or three. Wish the manatees were still around.....that would have made this place extra special (and probably #1 on my cenote list).
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Sassou A wrote a review Feb 2020
Montreal, Canada5 contributions
This place is beautiful , my friend lost his versace sunglasses & the workers kept it for him we came back & gave them 20$ us for their honesty !! Just warning you theres a crocodile but a friendly one we went there just for her !! I recommend this place
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Date of experience: February 2020
Arellanos A wrote a review Feb 2020
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Very nice place to swim, the cenote is beautiful. The problem is the people working there. Lately there’s been some stolen belongings from cars. Toilet is the dirtiest. Garbage around the cenote, it’s shame such beautiful place is in the wrong hands.
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Date of experience: February 2020