This is a great place to visit and swim but again its preferable to get there early and its only worth about a 30 minute visit unless you are diving. The facilties are pretty good, bathrooms are not the best but there are also changing rooms and access to the cenote is by wooden staircase and wooden floored area. In the main cenote entrance to the water from the left / right is easy and about 15 feet deep, at the centre point of access - there are many rocks and its very shallow - IMHO dont jump in there.
There is also a smaller cenote near the back on the right side that is linked by an open cave and its a nice place to swim into, there is a seperate access to this part within the grounds.
I also did a cavern dive here with MotMot diving from Tulum and that was amazing, not claustraphobic at all, and a very different experience from diving in the sea.
I snorkelled here and it was interesting, there are a couple of turtles and a few fish but its the rock formations that hold the most interest.
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