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All reviews middle of town cool off few blocks water quality sink hole the water's edge refreshing dip entrance fee mexican pesos costs pesos natural wonder black catfish crystal clear water your feet small fee couple of hours main plaza
The centre was just a few minutes walk from our accommodation, so we visited as soon as we were checked in.
Only 30 Pesos to enter and it is aesthetically pleasing, and probably worth visiting just for that.
However, if you are able it is...More
A wonderful cenote, my favourite of all the ones I visited around Valladolid. It is two blocks from the main square, and a steal at $30 MXN. The half covered, half open feel makes for a very beautiful experience, and the 8 metre cliff jump...More
I went to this cenote after going to Oxman. Cenote Zaci was disappointing in some ways because it had more people than the other two I went to and the water was murky for snorkeling. The view was not as stunning as Oxman or Suytun....More
This cenote is only partially covered making the water quite warm. It is fascinating exploring both areas from the water. There is a path going all the way around it too.
Access is quite rocky and you have to be careful. It looks like they...More
The Cenote Zaci is impressive in size and entrance. Walking down into the cavern, getting the first glimpse of the large body of water far below — quite amazing to see. If we had not been swimming in the Cenote at Dzibilchaltún the week before,...More
An excellent choice if you want to know a big sunken cenote and at the same time, have some excellent yucatecan food and find a nice artcraft market, all with good prices. The service at the Restaurante is very good and also the food, b...More