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“Beautiful Cenotes near Coba”

Ranked #2 of 8 things to do in Coba
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Reviewed February 9, 2014

If you are visiting Coba, definitely stop here afterwards.
They are a bit of a drive on dirt roads, but definitely worth it. The water is pristine, and not too cold to swim.
The furthest one is the nicest, don't miss it!

4  Thank Sam F
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Reviewed January 21, 2014

I asked my experienced guide to take us to an easy to navigate Cenotes where we can climb down with our 7 and five year old and stand somewhere down there without everyone forced to get wet or swim.

This was THAT cenotes. The staircase was easy to navigate. There was a concrete patform at the end of the staircase.. However due to excessive rain in Yucatan Peninsula last four months, the whole area is flooded and the water level is at least 6 feet higher inside the cenotes. As a result the concrete platform was flooded too.

1  Thank Rumi K
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Reviewed January 14, 2014

I paid to visit all three cenotes, which are all very interesting and not far from Coba by bike. The furthest cenote is excellent for swimming and studying the ceiling and walls around. The left hand cenote is best for diving/jumping from a medium and high board into the deep pool below.

2  Thank PeterJan2014
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Reviewed January 12, 2014

We did all three cenotes after are visit to the Coba Ruins and zipline over the lake. All three are unique of each other. One has a jump platform (fun), one is shallow with a lot of interesting sights, and one has blue water.

1  Thank Rod N
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Reviewed December 21, 2013

I was with a large group (yes, we may have been the ones on the busses mentioned in the earlier review) and was amazed that we were treated to what seemed like an out of the way kind of place. We hadn't been told to bring our suits, and it had been pouring down rain but when we climbed through the hole on the stairs we were so in love the place many of us just stripped down to our undies and dove in. We became little children playing as long as we could. The water was perfect, just a little cool and there were fish and -well- it was just great. Apologies to any others who happened along when we were there. I didn't notice anything dirty about the place. I was in heaven.

2  Thank staylonger
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