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KANTUN CHI is an exotic and relaxing paradise situated in the jungle of the Riviera Maya, this ecopark captivates its visitors with its impressive cenotes ( water-caves) and the soft whisper of its flora. The travelers that visit the underground...more
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In looking for somewhere to tour a cenote that was within 90 minutes of Cancun, this seemed to be worth the time as it had several in one central area. Upon arrival I was met by very friendly, bi-lingual staff who made me feel comfortable...More
This tour is well worth the money. Our tour guide Clemente was very passionate about the caves and had lots of information about their cultural significance and how the caves were formed and connected. After the tour you are free to roam the other cenotes...More
Have been there today. Great thanks to our guide, smart guy named Louis. We’ve learned from him the history of the cenotes and some interesting facts about the existence of the Maya. Also, I have no words to explain how beautiful and adorable nature in...More
I would definitely recommend this place but in order to make this place worth it you must take the full option with the visit of the underground caves. What made this park great is that there is no crowds We were alone in the cenotes...More
Amazing place! Perfect for a relaxing day. We pay the $29 dollars to walk the park and 4 of the cenotes on our own, without the guide. We have a toddler, so we thought walking on our own was a better fit. The cenotes are...More
We did the full package at Kantun-Chi yesterday and it was an awesome day out. The caves are amazing, food at the resturant was really good and Luis was a fantastic and knowledgeable guide. Would totally recommend. No need to bring your own shoes and...More
The Lagoon, Cenote and caves were like out of body experiences. Looking at the billion?year old stones underfoot as you snorkel through the cave just transport you and yet if you stop and it's quiet it's breathtaking! #adventuresmayas
It was was a great experience all around, the tour, the history, swimming in the cenotes, and food. The underground cave and private tour of cenote 5 were the best parts, those alone were worth the money. Oscar was a great tour guide, he had...More
We had an amazing tour from Arturo. We did the underground river and the cenotes plus lunch. Arturo was very informative and funny when he gave us our tour. It was well worth it to get a tour rather than just go to a cenote...More
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Hi! You wear your own swimsuit, but they require you to wear lifejackets in the cenotes (they provide them). For the underground river you also need to wear a helmet and watershoes (they also provide those). No need to wear... More
Hi! You wear your own swimsuit, but they require you to wear lifejackets in the cenotes (they provide them). For the underground river you also need to wear a helmet and watershoes (they also provide those). No need to wear a wetsuit.
Everytime we go to PDC, we always try to visit Grottos & Cenotes... being on IM, makes it a little bit more difficult. Has anyone visited any in Cancun that's closest to IM? The last Cenote we visited was Ecopark Kantun Chi which was IMO, the most spectacular of all! It was 2 KM long, underground, there were some swimming, climbing and crawling... I went on cancundiscounts.com to check it out but there are SO many, thing is, we don't want to have to travel by bus for an hour to get...More
January 06, 2012|
The prettiest and closest cenotes to Cancun are near Puerto Morelos on the Ruta de Cenotes,. You could bus from Cancun to Puerto Morelos and then hire a taxi. Lucerno Verde is one of the nicest. It is one of the large featured photos on my site mapchick.com
Please help. Which Cenote(s) in 2.5 days? (12 Replies)
Hello, I have planned a loop around Yucatan and now need to conclude the planning by choosing which Cenote(s) to visit. I have total 2.5 days in the area. I have a rental car so don't need to wait for tours or get taxis. Also I have my snorkeling gears. I checked lots of cenotes (listed below) but can't decide on which ones to go. In those 2.5 days I am planning to also see Coba / Tulum Ruins and beaches along the way. (Beaches are not my priority but Ruins / Cenotes are). Can you help me...More
December 04, 2016|
Any recommendation? I know it is difficult, isn't it?