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My boyfriend and I found this tour through the men on the beach that were NOT apart of our resort. We went through them because you get cheaper deals and support smaller businesses. We were looking for a little adventure in Mexico and the gentleman...More
It's $400 pesos to visit both Kin-ha and Blanca Flor, but a really fun place for the kids. Blanca Floor has platforms for jumping and sip lines. Both centoes are beautiful.
The first time we were there, there were photographers and the staff was super...More
Be sure to do the 2 Cenotes package. They are very different from each other and spectacular. They are very friendly and pair you off as to whether you speak English or Spanish. They have good food if you're hungry after you get done.
This adventure was unplanned but we are so glad we happened upon this particular cenote. The road we were driving down had a lot of different cenotes but this one was more established and took credit cards. If you want to visit natural cenotes that...More
So this is two caves not one and it’s absolutely amazing. Much better to do a tour on its own rather than tack it onto a trip to Chichen Itza. The water is pure and make sure you have goggles. Just lovey. I wish I...More
I was irritated regarding my visit to Cenotes Kin-Ha because when I booked I was only asking to visit the cenotes and was told it was 2 hours. 7 hours later I was dropped off [near[ my hotel. I did love the cenotes, but was...More
This is actually 2 Cenotes in one. First is a bit of an adventure. Back of an open air covered trailer ride about 10 minutes to beautiful Cenote with 6–8-12 and 14 meters jumps. Plus zip lines. Pretty good experience for everyone. Mexican safety standards...More
Fun, nice an convenient tour if you are staying in Cancun (around 40 min drive), and don't want to make a long journey for the cenotes in Riviera Maya. We've visited so far three times this place, first two only went to the two main...More
You could take a taxi or rent a car. I originally planned to do this but in the end I'm glad we did the tour. We paid $49 per person by booking in Puerto Morelos (at the little stand in front of the souvenir shop), which... More
You could take a taxi or rent a car. I originally planned to do this but in the end I'm glad we did the tour. We paid $49 per person by booking in Puerto Morelos (at the little stand in front of the souvenir shop), which included the zipline; atv ride through the jungle (really fun) to two cenotes with plenty of time at each for swimming, jumping, diving, etc.; lunch; and transportation to and from our hotel. The group was small (two families besides us), Guides were very friendly and super nice to and patient with my daughter, who had a hard time getting control of the ATV at first. It was a pretty hands-off tour, we were pretty much left on our own to do what we wanted.