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First experience with cenotes, a positive experience. There is a resting area like a beach area, several hammocks, and seats. The cost is 180 pesos.
We saw turtles and fishes. The place is a bit small, so the entire place is done by 1 hour.
We had a wonderful time swimming in the larger area around the main dock. You can rent snorkels and lockers. You can swim through a cave to another area with soft sand. There are ropes to help you stay up if you need a break.
We were lucky to come on a quieter day. There are 2 parts where you can enter the cenote and we spent most our time at the 2nd entrance as there were only a couple of people swimming there. You pay US$10 entrance and need...More
No tripods allowed because they say it's "professional". I take photos as a hobbie and was so annoyed when the staff snatched my tripod away and walked off. Extremely rude and unacceptable behaviour. There's no signs indicating this stupid rule.
This cenote is beautiful and the water is clear.
It is a well organised with steps, decking and clear signage.
The caves are fascinating, with lots of different areas to swim through.
The grounds are very basic but there is a sunbathing area and we...More