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We are an ecological site and our main attraccions are: cenote (sink hole) buffet restaurant, we also have the tequila museum (tates of different flavoured tequilas for free) mayan village with representiations of the ordinary mayan life, (taste the...more
Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Kilometro 1.5 Carretera Temozon-Tizimin, Temozon 97740, Mexico
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We stopped here as part of a package day-trip to chicken itza. At first we were a little disappointed at the thought of not going to the "famous" cenote by Vallodolid, but this one ended up being so much neater. You walk down into a...More
Date of experience: August 2019
hubiku, Gerente at Cenote Hubiku, responded to this reviewResponded 6 days ago
thank you for your review, we are gald to see you enjoyed your day with us, sincerely
We came here on an organised trip. The showers/toilets were clean, everything fine up until getting into the water. There are only 2 wooden ‘staircases’ into the water. Unfortunately they are rammed with people Clinging on to them that can’t swim. (They are the ones...More
Spend a couple of hours here. Price affordable 100 per person and they take credit card.
The Cenote is 27m deep, fairly clear and not very crowded. They have small shops and a tequila tasting (they call it a museum).
Lovely hacienda, it has its own Cenote. Great food!
But you must buy all the tequilas that this state or hacienda produce!
Tequila añejo is super smooth, and the flavor ones are exquisite. Ask for Edgar, he'll give you the tour and an awesome tequila...More
Stopped off here as part of a day trip to Chichen itza. First time ever to swim in a cenote. I was slightly nervous but so glad that i made the decision to get in the water.
It was a bit slippery getting in from...More
Hubiku Cenotes is a huge pool with steps on both sides, lockers and a floating platform. Life vests are available. I didn’t use one and no one said anything so they might not be required. Lots of screaming kids when we were there. Nice changing...More
We went to Hubiku as part of a day long trip that included travelign to Chichen Itza. We have seen places like this in magazines and on TV, so it has been sort of a bucket list item. When we got off the bus, we...More
Swimming in a cenote is a must while in Mexico, and this one should definitely be on your list! It was so refreshing to swim in the water, and stunning to look up through the hole and see the sun fall in the water -...More
Hi there! I booked it thru our resort, which was on the coast in the hotel zone. I didn't hear about any other company so I can't help you there. But I did think this company did a great job. We never trekked thru the... More
Hi there! I booked it thru our resort, which was on the coast in the hotel zone. I didn't hear about any other company so I can't help you there. But I did think this company did a great job. We never trekked thru the jungle. It was definitely made for the tourists. The bus pulled up to all locations. I didn't notice any scary bugs or spiders. I wouldn't be worried about that if I were you.
We stayed at our resort. There was tons to do for the time we were there. I always felt very safe. The tour company for Chichen Itza was a lot of fun. There was a lot of drinking on the bus. We are Mormon, so didn't partake, but it seemed like everyone just loved it. After he cenote, they put our pictures on a special type of alcohol to seek to everyone. From what I could tell, it must have tasted really good, a Mayan specialty. I would recommend this tour company. Just steer clear of the way overpriced gift shop. The tour guide will discourage you from buying from vendors at Chichen Itza, but with a little bit of Spanish and small bills ready you could probably get a good deal on the exact same stuff. If you want to have fun, have your phones ready and have one of you go out of sight and then call your spouse while doing the negotiating. They might get nervous at losing the sale, which could ensure the price you want. That happened to us by chance. Enjoy.