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If you regularly snorkel you get used to the salt water that helps with buoyancy and you acclimate to the waves. Here you have fresh water, a slight current, caves, and lots of plants. At first it is actually kinda scary. Still a great place. Well worth it.
Lovely place to relax after a hot day out and about. It is not crowded as other cenotes, and people running the place are doing a fantastic job. The entrance fee was just 50 pesos, and its facilities were great. There were male and female changing areas, a few lockers for 30…
I love this cenote because it doesn't get too busy and it's located right in the middle of the jungle.
We’ve snorkeled all over the Yucatán, reefs, cenotes, caves and open air. We stopped here because the reviews said it was a great place to see wildlife. Imagine our surprise when that wildlife was Mollies, Jack Dempsey’s, and gouramis. These are all fish purchased in pet stores,…
The cenote is outside,not in a cave and there is a lot of vegetation around and also in the water.The water is warmer.There are water plants and some fish for you to see.I believe it is a good place for diving.It is a peaceful place.