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Overview
In the Suytun Ranch you will find two types of cenotes, the main "Suytun" cenote is known for its light entrance, it is closed by a vault with an opening in the surface, which allows sunlight to penetrate, once inside it stalagmites and stalactites can be observed in large quantities, the second cenote "Suytun kaa Pe" is semi-open type is formed by an opening in the upper part, its diameter increases in the internal part considerably towards where the surface of the water is located until reaching the bottom, once inside there is still visibility since this cave and the surface of the water are close enough to sunlight. These cenotes are accessible through a tunnel with stairs.
Important Information
Duration
1h 30m
Inclusions
  • Lifejacket
  • Entry/Admission - Suytun Cenote
Exclusions
  • Does not include food and drinks
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Additional Info
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
  • Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
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All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.
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Lance H wrote a review May 2020
Boerne, Texas1,298 contribution142 helpful votes
My first cenote swim. I wasn't impressed. I recommend everyone try out a cenote, but don't get your expectations too high. This is a fine place to go, clean with plenty of changing rooms, bathrooms, and showers. Clean and friendly staff.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Sam M wrote a review Feb 2020
Barcelona, Spain102 contributions24 helpful votes
It doesn't have anything to see with the pictures you see online, it looks more to a way too expensive public pool, a real tourist trap.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Rory R wrote a review Jan 2020
Berkeley, California10 contributions5 helpful votes
This cenote was a ton of fun to visit. You could swim in it but it looked pretty gross. However, just enjoying the ambiance was very enjoyable. It felt like the Chamber of Secrets (or perhaps the cave where Dumbledore drinks the potion in the Half Blood Prince). A couple was
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Date of experience: January 2020
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By: Suytun Cenote
MichaelSchindl
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Impressionante!
We heard that it should be the best Cenote and we can imagine that this is true after our visit. Lucky enough we we
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davlew14
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Amazing Experience Swimming in a Cave
We were recommended by a work colleague in Germany. Easy to find and seems quite popular with Mexican visitors. The
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Milica B
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Underground cenote
This is only one cenote completely underground. The lical comunity of Maya is taking care of this place and their c
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HOMOKINEET_89
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It's not that special, but if you are nearby to visit!!
It's not that special. Of course you are underneath the ground / rocks but the inside looks like a casual swimming
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SamMaes
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Looks more like a public pool
It doesn't have anything to see with the pictures you see online, it looks more to a way too expensive public pool,
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Cvandeusen1
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Amazing light
What a rare find. Definitely a great picture spot. Almost spiritual. The light shines thru a hole in the top and
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juanitomoshking
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Beautiful
One of the most amazing cenotes in mexico, is not too big but it is perfect for the pictures. Take the time to swim
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KaayJ
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Visually appealing
We visited around 4pm closely before closing time and it was almost empty. It's truly a location for great pics how
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rhyssmall14
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Pay for a Picture
There’s no getting away from the fact that when you walk down the stairs and it opens up it does take your breath a
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sharms202
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Picturesque but Not Swimmable
This is a site that a lot of people have probably seen on Instagram and it is visually remarkable. It’s also super
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Immerenga
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Great pictures, not so great water
I didn't know how murky the water was gonna be. But I guess I should have done my homework better. Most people actu
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courtney c
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Pretty but overrated
We’ve had this Cenote on our travel list for quite a while and were a little underwhelmed seeing it in person compa
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dwightlgoodman
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We were told to wear swimsuits but were not told that rented lifejackets were required.
A beautiful combination of nature and mans ingenuity. It was neat to see but the steps would be rough for those not
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JennerS18
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Mexico 2019 Cenote Suytun was amazing!
This tour was amazinggggg wow!!! It was unbelievable! The culture and the people are amazing and I will never forge
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danielaa603
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Good but not as on pictures
The water there is kinda of dirty there is much better ones to swim in.Ita more about pictures there.I drove around
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Key Details
  • Suytun Cenote
  • Duration: 1h 30m
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