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We visited this Cenote with our lovely taxi driver (check out Maya adventure transportación peninsular on FB).
It was empty when we got there (about 2 pm) and we had the whole place just for us.
They have ropes and free floating stuff you can...More
The Cenote Palomitas is an excellent introduction to cenote swimming. Connoisseurs of cenotes may rank this one fairly low but it is very convenient and is a beautiful place for a cool swim in the heat of the day. Also, not crowded so plenty of...More
This is for sure an experience to remember. We visited the cenote around 12.00 and we were the only ones. The view is beautiful and the water was refreshing but not too cold. At first it felt a bit scary to know that the bottom...More
Everyone had an amazing time! We are traveling with our 1 and 5 year old. There is a stone platform on the left before the steps that has about 5 inches of water that was so perfect for the baby. We brought a floaty tube...More
Beautiful closed cenote, with a family spirit.
You can jump into the water from 2 to 5m !
Lavatories, showers, cabins are free and people are very friendly. Small typical village near the cenote: you are welcome!
More than 4 cenotes in the same périmètre(2km)...Enjoy!
Cenote Palomitas is a stunning and beautiful cave without the hustle and bustle of other Cenotes. We were only one of two small parties visiting at the time which was good as I suspect it would be quite easily feel crowed.
There are toilet/changing rooms/showers...More
This is one of the most beautiful cenotes i've visited. It's underground and it is enormous and beautiful. You enter a cave and take steps down to enter the clear waters. The best part was that since it is less known it also also less...More