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There are many cenotes in Mexico filled with crystal blue fresh water to cool off in the day but this spot was not overflowing with people. In fact our group had it all to ourselves. We got there in the mid morning time. We pulled...More
A very deep cenote with a platform for jumping. This cenote is open so it’s a bit warmer. It’s a gorgeous blue color. The stairs are a bit sketchy but appear to have been repaired very recently as the wood was new. However, it’s for...More
I'm not sure whether it was the rickety stairs or the people jumping in at least 20 metres that had my heart bounding but feeling totally alive. This was the second cenote I visited and although the first one was the better of the two,...More
On Calle 9 off of highway 261.
Great place to visit if you are headed back from Uxmal. We had originally planned on checking out the other two cenotes close buy but it was getting dark.
So google maps has the location of this place...More
This cenote is hard to find, but worth the time to visit. The admission price is 10 pesos, and based on the exchange rate the day we visited, that amounts to an entry fee of 57 cents per visitor! The water was cool, clear and...More