This place might be hard to find. If you can get to Cuzama, you need to drive south out of the village and as has been noted watch for the groups waving flags. The red flag group is first and they want you to pull over to the right, ignore them. The next group, yellow flags I think, are past the red flag group waving at you to come to them. That is the group you want. When you get to this group they will describe how you have to drive another mile or so and you come to a small village (you will have seen the small train tracks for some time now), someone will wave where to park and another will appear to be your trolley driver. A horse will be hitched to the trolley, you climb aboard and are off. It takes perhaps 10 minutes to get to the first cenote. Each cenote is nice, the third one is the most challenging to climb down into (worth it!). The second one may be most challenging to get out from the water. This trip is not for the squeamish or for people who are claustrophobic. Also, your enjoyment of the pools may be affected by how many people are using them at the time you appear, we had one pool essentially to ourselves and another so crowded we decided not to jump in (two out of three was fine for us). There are bathrooms at two of the cenotes, but no water was running and the toilet not usable at the first one (the other bathroom was fine). You pay at the end of the trip. I think we paid around $20 with a tip. The horses appeared to be treated OK, they did have to trot along to pull the trolley but there was no whipping by our driver. I did not see our horse get fed or watered, but there did appear to be some water available for horses at one or more of the stops. The trolleys are light, the driver lifts them off the track when a trolley coming the other way has to get by.
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