We visited Hidden Worlds with our 3 children ages 4-9. They could do almost everything. We snorkel but don't SCUBA so I can't add anything in that regard. We thought that if you're looking for something more than just a swimming hole, this was likely the best experience. We don't like touristy attractions, and this place seemed appropriately rustic. The "zip coaster" was really fun, but not for those with a weak back. It will be really cool when it's completed around the end of summer. (It will end by diving into a cenote where the track goes along the ceiling before dropping you off in the water.) Moderately pricey, but considering we spent almost five hours there and a pretty unique experience, we were glad we went.
Sunscreen isn't needed, but bug spray is a must for all of the mosquitos.
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