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Kilometro 1.5 Carretera Temozon-Tizimin, Temozon 97740 Mexico
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advntrs1 wrote a review Jan 4
Fort Walton Beach, Florida34 contributions18 helpful votes
A local told us to hit this cenote up instead of Zaci in town. WOW this was a major highlight of our trip. This cenote is crystal clear and JAW DROPPING. I personally felt it was way more picturesque than Ik Kil! There was only one family of 3 when we got there and they left pretty quickly. We had the whole place to ourselves swimming for about an hour. Little black catfish swimming around clear as day to see. The rays shining in were breathtaking against the inner cave walls and on the water. There are facilities to change, food, adult beverages, tequila tasting and a small souvenir shop. It was perfect! No tour buses that we saw the several hours we spent there.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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msa23_2000 wrote a review Nov 2020
Chino Hills, California955 contributions402 helpful votes
Came here as part of our tour. First off COVID safety - it was not crowded (maybe 20 people total and all wearing masks unless swimming). Everyone must shower before swimming. There is a restaurant that is just fine. Nothing spectacular but not bad either. The water is cool but not freezing or unbearable as others say. Pretty much as cool as your typical swimming pool. We spent about an hour and a half total there and that was perfect, wouldn’t have wanted to spend more time there.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Edward D. wrote a review Apr 2020
Lucena, PB1,791 contributions565 helpful votes
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Cenotes are sinkholes formed in the limestone and they can be found all around Cancun and the Yucatan Peninsula. I only visited this one, but if I come back, I think I will do a Cenote crawl, because they can all be so different but they all seem uniquely beautiful. “Hubiku” in the Mayan language means either “the Great Lord” or the “Iguana’s nest” (I guess translating Mayan to other languages is not that precise or something like that…). Aside from what the heck it means, this is a beautiful place and definitely worth visiting. Cenote Hubiku is on the road to the famous ruins of Chichen Itza, which are maybe about 20 minutes farther up the road. It took about an hour and a half to 2 hours to get to Hubiku (on a very well-paved and clearly marked highway). There are many tours that leave from Cancun and surrounding areas that bring you to Hubiku & other nearby locations, but I must say that I recommend that you rent a car and drive here yourself, so you can come at a time when it’s not full of a busload of tourists. It’s also much, much cheaper. The local Mayan-Mexicans care for the site and they have a wonderful souvenir shop. When you approach the the entrance of the cenote, you descend a stairway cut into the rock. At the top, you will be dying from the heat and humidity, but with each step you take decending into this underground lagoon, you can feel the temperature decreasing, and at the first sight of the the water, you almost feel cold. Upon entering into this otherworldly cavern, you notice that there is an orifice above that lets the light stream in to the cavern. The next thing you notice is the immensity of the space and the color of the water, which is a transparent turquoise. The only sound you notice is the sound of water raining down through the eye of the roof and the echo it makes inside. The cool, fresh air is amazing.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Response from hubiku, Director de Relaciones Públicas at Cenote Hubiku
Responded Sep 16, 2020
Dear Edward, thank you very much for your insight regarding the cenote, we are glad to see you enjoy your time with us, we know this place we love so much can offer a great array of options for our clients, and we are glad to see you have fun at this wonderful place to enjoy. sincerely Efrain suaste
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Andrew M wrote a review Feb 2020
Monterey County, California301 contributions45 helpful votes
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First time seeing a Cenote. This first one did not disappoint. Took a dip and so cold but was very refreshing. The place also had a buffet local cuisine and the food was excellente. Will visit this place again. Dip/swim in a Cenote ✅. ok 👌
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Response from hubiku, Director de Relaciones Públicas at Cenote Hubiku
Responded Mar 2, 2020
thanks for your visit and for taking time in write a insight about us, we hope you enjoyed your visit sincerely Efrain suaste
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Ben Lang wrote a review Feb 2020
Edmonton, Canada55 contributions9 helpful votes
Wide parking lot. My tour bus got there first before the other buses, so, it was not busy. Tourists enter the souvernir shop first (the staff will demonstrate and explain their products). Then, you walk a gravel pathway that is surrounded by trees into the main intersection that connects the First Aid unit, the Mayan village (recreated), the Cenote Hubiku, the Liquor shop, the shower/bathroom (nipa hut roof), the liquor bar and the huge buffet restaurant with a nipa hut roof and open windows - so it is cool and fresh inside. It was the first tour bus, so the cenote was not crowded. You go down a 50-ish steps stair case. The entrance looks like you are going into a closed cave. When you are inside, the cenote roof is open to the sky with birds flying around it and tree roots hanging - that's why it is bright as you can see in the pictures. There are lockers and floaters inside - you can rent them for a tiny amount. The water is clean, blue and cool, perfect for a hot day. The platform is wide, so you can bring and place your stuff at the corner without renting a locker, you can just watch them while you swim. After swimming, the shower is open/outside the bathroom. Tips in the basket at the bathroom doors. Restaurant has nice servers in uniform. Food is really great! Pineapple juice was the best!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Response from hubiku, Director Comercial at Cenote Hubiku
Responded Feb 12, 2020
thank you very much for your support and review, we are glad to see you enjoyed the park and everything we have to offer. isncerely
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