Hacienda San Lorenzo Oxman

Hacienda San Lorenzo Oxman, Valladolid: Hours, Address, Hacienda San Lorenzo Oxman Reviews: 4.5/5

Hacienda San Lorenzo Oxman
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10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Beautiful town hacienda from 1746. Marvel at the beautiful blue cenote waters is excellent for swimming and relaxing by the songs of birds and their beautiful surroundings. We service restaurant and bar where you can meet some of the local cuisine at very reasonable prices. If you have kids do not think, because we have pool and palapas just next to the cenote where we sure will spend a very pleasant day.
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2-3 hours
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Katrina Julia
Atlanta, GA273 contributions
Beautiful and magical place. You may see more via IG @katrinajuliafit

Great option with 250 pesos including 200 credit for the restaurant so Cenote costs you 50. The breakfast I had they made me in the afternoon was yummy, and loved the Chaya and Limon juice.

The cenote is beautiful and magical. I came around 4pm + there were some tours on a Thursday afternoon. I recommend coming early in the day.

It was loud, people smoking in open areas, and some places crowded. The lifejackets are mandatory and reused with no cleaning in between.

Also, when I was standing completely alone above the Cenote taking pictures with absolutely no one around in any direction for over 3 meters, out of nowhere an employee came yelling to put on the mask. I literally was on my way out, and let him know.

I absolutely recommend you jump a number of times from the rope swing, platforms, and soak and float in the Cenote.

I love Cenotes and now have visited over 10!
Written August 12, 2021
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Sam
6 contributions
Family
Absolutely stunning and magical cenote experience after our tour to Chichen Itza. We’ve been coming to the Mayan riviera for over a decade and have seen all types of cenotes and this is one of our new favorites. You feel like you’ve been transported into a magical tropical paradise, like something out of a movie. The fish swimming around you , birds swooping down from above and the tree roots growing down to the water were all dreamy. The rope swing and platform diving spot were a huge bonus and the teens loved it. We did not find it too crowded at 1 pm on a Wednesday. In fact, at one point, we were the only ones in the water. I highly recommend this cenote: the bright blue water was so refreshing and not too cold -
Written June 19, 2021
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Bob G
12 contributions
Family
Our family of five made our way here after our morning visit at Chichen Itza. We had been to Cenote Ik Kil so we were looking for something equally as beautiful but a little more off the beaten path.

The cenote is beautiful, had a great swim. Paid 250 pesos per person but coumd the use 200 peso credit at their restaurant so the cenote visit only cost 50 pesos per person. We enjoyed a lunch if nachos, co cochinita pibil and enchiladas sizes at the restaurant. Food was top notch. Would definitely return in future visits.
Written April 4, 2021
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H_Alst0n
London, UK96 contributions
Family
I'd read somewhere this cenote was rarely busy and very beautiful. The latter is true but sadly not the former. They seem to be busy turning themselves into a stop on the tour bus circuit (second big eating area being constructed next to the cenote and more building on top of this) and when we went in a Friday in April from 12-2.30 there were never less than 40 people in the cenote and close to 60 at peak. Having just come from a lovely day cenote hopping in Homun this felt like a circus. And the pricing structure incentivises people to stay for the day which adds to the hubbub. So lovely cenote (and, I might add, friendly staff in the bar with food and music - it's this more than a formal restaurant) but avoid if looking for something off the beaten path.
Written April 1, 2022
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RxVacation
San Dimas, CA1,167 contributions
Stopped by Hacienda SLO to inquiry about prices and options and decided to return the next day right at opening time which is 10a. Admission price just for the cenote is 150 pesos pp and then they have another option for 250 pesos pp that includes entrance to the cenote and a 200 pesos credit towards lunch at their restaurant and use of their swimming pool.
The gal at the front desk informed me that vans/buses with visitors on organized tours usually arrive around 1030 or so and they start to get busy for sure by 1100. I’m glad we listened to her and arrived when they opened because as we were leaving, close to 1100, some van tours had already arrived and the area around the cenote isn’t too big, so it probably can get busy.
When we arrived it was very quiet and the only people down at the cenote were a few “Instagram” peeps trying to get the perfect shot.
Written May 16, 2021
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Gagan
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Couples
NOT WORHT THE TIME OR MONEY. My husband and I arrived at this cenote at 4:30pm thinking it might not be that busy since it closes at 5pm. Oh boy we were wrong! There were 50-60 people in line to jump from the only swing they in the cenote. The staircase to the cenote smelled like piss and body odor. We couldn’t stand the smell so we left after few mins. I tried talking to the front desk whether we can come in early tomorrow or get a refund because we won’t even get a turn to get in the cenote. The girl working at the front desk was so rude. There are so many other beautiful cenotes to explore out of town. If you want to be surrounded by hoards of people, smell piss and BO then this is the cenote for you. I would rent a scooter in town (cost ~ 500-600 pesos for 24 hours) and try to go to the cenotes out of town.
Written December 30, 2021
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Jordan
6 contributions
A few reasons not to visit this cenote:
- Way too busy
- Expensive
- 1/4 mile from the city dump

We went to cenote oxman on a sunday afternoon in October 2020 when the state of Yucatán was in the traffic light designation of orange, meaning things can only be open at 30% capacity. Well, cenote Oxman was totally packed and easily at 100% capacity. In the middle of the pandemic, it was difficult to get more than 2 feet away from anyone else.

We read in the reviews that the entry fee can be applied to their restaurant. Well, that wasn't the case for us, their restaurant was closed and it was still 150 pesos per person to get in.

I'd recommend going to cenote zaci instead. That cenote doesn't require you to drive there, if you're staying anywhere in Valladolid it's a pretty easy walk, it's only 30 pesos to get in, and it's just as pretty as cenote oxman.
Written November 7, 2020
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Josefine007
Wentorf bei Hamburg, Germany6 contributions
Solo
I have been to this Cenotes almost every year I am passing through Valladolid...and yes, it is beautiful and used to be a quiet place.
I went today, didn't mind that they raised the price for entry.
But there was no way to find a quiet spot. Music gets blasted from big speakers, boone checks if people took a shower before entering the Cenote. But the worst was the ammount of people that were allowed to go in without any. ( Covid ) restrictions.One tour bus after the other arrived...boone was wearing masks and everyone went downstairs to this small space in the Cenote..after the buses left, the next one's arrived.
And this in Covid times.There was no way to keep a distance. I won't come back.
Written April 6, 2021
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chloes1
Oakland, CA65 contributions
Couples
Here’s the details on pricing as we just got back from there: $150 MXN just to visit the cenote, $250 MXN with a $200 MXN credit at the restaurant, or $250 MXN with access to a buffet. We chose option 2 and dined at the restaurant which was decently good. They do have a swimming pool too. We didn’t swim, just walked around and ate lunch.
Written April 14, 2021
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David B
Faversham, UK75 contributions
Couples
We arrived around 10am to find this beautiful cenote was almost empty of people. We had the whole cenote to ourselves for some time! This really made the difference - absolute bliss relaxing in this gorgeous natural pool. Without a doubt this was a highlight of our trip and I highly recommend it. Entry price was either 80 pesos just to access the cenote or you can pay 150 pesos and then get that money off the bill at their restaurant. We chose the latter option and did not regret it - delicious food (reasonably priced) and friendly service. We took a taxi from Valladolid (100 pesos) but it is possible to cycle there from town.
Written March 11, 2020
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