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Cenote Zacil-Ha

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Cenote Zacil-Ha

269 Reviews
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Riviera Maya Jungle Half-Day Tour: ATV, Ziplines, Cenote Swim, Rappel
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Riviera Maya Jungle Half-Day Tour: ATV, Ziplines, Cenote Swim, Rappel

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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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JackVovia wrote a review Sep 2020
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Beautiful small cenote, with blue and clear waters, its more oriented to family, but you can also enjoy if you go by youself, it has a small restaurante, and two small swimming pools. Just 20 minutes from tulum downtown.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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RicardoCruzA wrote a review Sep 2020
Playa del Carmen, Mexico390 contributions51 helpful votes
This place is very beautiful! Cenote is small but fresh, crystal-clear and they even have a very high zip-line you could use, if you dare. There are all sort of things available for purchase there, sunscreen, hats, cellphone covers... Also, there is food and beverage service there, so you could spend the day and order a beer and a few snaks. When you get tired of the cenote, they also have a big pool, loungers and resting areas. Go early because it gets busy very quicly.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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mueller001 wrote a review Mar 2020
Pasadena, California16 contributions12 helpful votes
This was the kind of place that l want to find when I travel. Zacil-Ha is located right down the street from Gran Cenote. We had bought a tour that was to take us to Gran Cenote but when we pulled into the parking lot it was very crowded. I mentioned it to out guide and he agreed and told us that there was one down the street that was smaller but less crowded. We eagerly said yes. Zacil-Ha is small and accessed by two staircases, unless you are ready to jump over the edge and jump down into it about 15 feet down! It was a quiet afternoon with about 15 other people sharing the Cenote with us. These were local people, not tourists who were enjoying being with their children. In the beginning we were the only "gringos" by two other couples showed up. It was a true Mexican experience. Happy children, Mom's and Dad's enjoying family time. There is a little "Zipline" feature available that allows you to hang onto a handle and then pulls you to the center of the Cenote. The life guard clears the center of the Cenote and whistles, you let go, and drop into the Cenote. Kids were having a great time found this There is even a small cave inside the Cenote. This was the clearest, cleanest water I've ever swim in. It was very refreshing. We didn't see the whole place. There is a large children's pool, and I believe they have food. This was just the most real experience we had and I would definitely return.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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graham e wrote a review Feb 2020
Birkenhead, United Kingdom549 contributions208 helpful votes
Called in here with a tour group after a warm and sticky visit to Tulum. Clean and very clear cenote with a zip wire and deep enough to dive in from the sides. Life jackets etc available to hire on site, plus bar, toilets and swimming pool . Life guards on duty and gift shop for souveniers.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Serban I wrote a review Feb 2020
Bucharest, Romania68 contributions13 helpful votes
Restaurant, pool, zip-line, huts. Very friendly and helpful staff. Great for cave diving, not suitable for cavern divers
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Date of experience: February 2020
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