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Cenote Azul

Quintana Roo, Mexico
+52 984 151 9925
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Freshwater lagoon perfect for swimming.
  • Excellent61%
  • Very good31%
  • Average6%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“your feet” (56 reviews)
“the cliff” (48 reviews)
“fish” (172 reviews)
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Quintana Roo, Mexico
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+52 984 151 9925
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"your feet"
in 56 reviews
"the cliff"
in 48 reviews
"fish"
in 172 reviews
"dead skin"
in 21 reviews
"playa del carmen"
in 36 reviews
"water shoes"
in 20 reviews
"the water is crystal clear"
in 16 reviews
"snorkel gear"
in 15 reviews
"few hours"
in 15 reviews
"jump off"
in 19 reviews
"barcelo resort"
in 9 reviews
"pesos per person"
in 22 reviews
"drinks and snacks"
in 5 reviews
"entrance fee"
in 16 reviews
"a lot of fun"
in 9 reviews
"bring your own"
in 12 reviews
"cold water"
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Walked to this denote from our resort. Inexpensive to enter and we hired life vests also. We were asked to leave some ID when hiring the jackets and lots of people were leaving their photo ID cards but we were happier leaving our room card...More

1  Thank scottyonholiday
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Basically it is a few connected natural freshwater pools in the selva populated by small fishes of the Poecilia speacies, which frequent aquariums of the hobbyists in Europe and America. the water is clear, but not crystal clear, there is a place where you can...More

Thank Andrey K
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I will never understand how people come to Mexico and miss the Cenote. Cenote Azul is a great one for a reasonable price. The whole family age 7 to 76 had fun. When I went it was not busy.

1  Thank Big D Y
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I was super excited to visit this Cenote as it was highly recommended and was across the street from the Barceló Resort where I was staying. Lets Begin. The cost for this excursion was very affordable. Remember to take a room key as insurance you...More

3  Thank Edmonton78
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

There are several pools of different sizes and depths. You can jump into the largest pool which also has a cavern under water for diving. There are quite a lot of fishes who will happily nibble your feet if you sit still. Only real downside...More

1  Thank Toby C
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We stayed at the barcelo and this cenote was so close. We took a cab there as we weren’t sure exactly where it was. It cost 180 pesos and the driver was great. we were able to walk back in less than 10 minutes but...More

1  Thank Titannia99
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Loved visiting this place. We brought some snacks and were able to enjoy the Cenote and the surrounding area.

Thank CalRam
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Reviewed March 20, 2018 via mobile

Crystal clear water, great snorkeling and cave diving, cliff jumping or just plain swimming and lounging on the rocks. But does it ever get busy, that's really the only downfall on this popular destination. I would go back

Thank Boooya222
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Reviewed March 18, 2018

What a lilltle hidden treasure. The water is wam and clear as a bell. I would not recommend this place for anyone with mobility or balance issues as the paths can be treacherous. Be sure to bring you snorkel gear and water shoes as there...More

Thank dianalynnwpg
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Reviewed March 15, 2018

A beautiful cenote in a marvelous setting. Entry is $5 USD per person and you don't need to sign up for any tour. Clear water, many small fish in a well maintained environment. Nice jungle trails surrounding the cenote. For us, this was what we...More

1  Thank Steve C
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Dizzeee
April 20, 2018|
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Response from lynnie30 | Reviewed this property |
At some point depending on where your hotel is either going or coming back you would need to cross the highway, only way to avoid is to get a taxi as they will turn around on the highway to drop you at the entrance. Unless... More
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Suzee B
December 28, 2017|
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Michael S
May 8, 2017|
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