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Cenotes

Cuzama, Mexico
+52 999 149 7894
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“an adventure” (10 reviews)
“cost pesos” (9 reviews)
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Cuzama, Mexico
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+52 999 149 7894
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"horse drawn cart"
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"an adventure"
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"cost pesos"
in 9 reviews
"cenote tour"
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"original tour"
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"motor taxi"
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"starting point"
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"wooden ladder"
in 4 reviews
"climb down"
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"natural formations"
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"animal welfare"
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"blue water"
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"tree roots"
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

My family and I love great cenotes, and there are so many in Mexico to see. But these cenotes were by far the best, and the highlight of our trip. The horse and carriage takes you out to the 3 cenotes. We got taken out...More

Thank Abbey B
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

To reach the cenotes, you’ll travel on a small cart with a horse. It takes 45 minutes to reach the furthest cenote, so in total you will be on this cart for about 90 minutes. The ride is enjoyable, but quite rough and bumpy. More...More

Thank Juuth27
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Reviewed June 27, 2018

I've been to cenotes before, and the ones at Cuzama were far and away the best I've visited. Definitely come here and be sure to stop at all three. The ride on the horse-drawn cart is part of the experience; though bumpy, it's beautiful to...More

Thank SansaM1
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Reviewed June 25, 2018

We made a tour to four different cenotes two weeks ago. We contacted Jose and arrived by car to the center of Homun where he greeted us and offered the tour. We decided to take it and where very satisfied. Jose recommended cenotes where we...More

Thank ljparrag
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Reviewed May 26, 2018

These are 3 different cenotes and getting to each is half the fun. First you get on a rickety horse-drawn rail car and a local leads the tour. I don't think there is a set order but the first cenote we did was like a...More

Thank Rusty R
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Reviewed May 11, 2018

Amazing cenotes outside Merida. This is by far one of the top 5 nature places I have been in my life. Its beautiful and you can swim in the cenotes. The ride can be a little uncomfortable but its worthy.

1  Thank RoniGonzalezz
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Reviewed May 3, 2018

The three cenotes are lovely and varied, so that each presents a unique experience. Swimming there was a lot of fun and very peaceful. The restaurant on the site served a fine lunch. Vegetarian option is available.

Thank tjtarrega
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Reviewed April 8, 2018

We had quite an adventure in cenotes of Cuzama. First, it is a very original and unique excursion to see and to swim in 3 different and interesting underground cenotes; and you ride a horse carriage on an antique railway through jungles for nearly 30...More

Thank kf59traveler
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Reviewed April 3, 2018

It was a little out of the way. But well worth it. It was one of the cheapest one we went to and we had it all to ourselves. The water was very clear and really deep. The rock formations were amazing.It was a great...More

Thank Johnny C
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Reviewed February 16, 2018

we went a little bit late to visit the Cenotes and it was just perfect: we had the cenotes just for us. The inconvenient was the lack of light due to sunset. It's an amazing experience, one of the cenotes was so deep that was...More

2  Thank Adam S
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Laura K
March 10, 2018|
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Response from Craig G |
Try contacting Yucatan Cenote eco adventures, we used them at a cruise stop in Progreso in February and they were fabulous.
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Patrick D
February 19, 2018|
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Response from Adam S | Reviewed this property |
Mexico is a big country, the weather changes a lot from a state to another, for example now (February) is a good time to visit the east of Mexico, not too hot, but in Mexico city isa little ''fresh weather'' so if you are... More
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Ivan H
January 13, 2018|
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Response from Santa P | Reviewed this property |
Depends, what kind of pet, but be aware that the carriges are horse driven and either the horse or your pet may dislike each other. And also there are narrow ladders into cenotes, you won't be able to take your pet inside... More
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