We had never swam in a cenote - what an experience. It was raining the day we went, but no matter, we were going to get wet anyway. This cenote, right outside of Tulum (a quick 5-10 minute drive) had showers; lockers; a little café; and equipment rental. Of course, the reason you go is the cenote itself: fresh water caverns and streams full of tropical fish; sea turtle; and natural rock and cave formations. We had a blast, simply snorkeling around and exploring the well-mapped and guided swim ways. We plan to visit cenotes wherever we may go in the future - great fun on a rainy day in Tulum!
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