stopped off here after visiting coba ruins. a really nice place to chill and cool off. water is divine and like something out of a movie. changing rooms and toilets too. highly recommended.
About Cenote Azul
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It cost about $6 USD each and worth every penny! We enjoyed the cool water and the fish nibbling at our feet! Several in our group jumped off the small cliff about 15 feet over the water. It looks much deeper because the water is...More
We had 3 small children 4 years old and under and 3 adults over 70. This was a good choice as the parking was right near the cenote so easy to get to. Saw fish, could do some snorkleing and the fish came up and...More
This cenote is pretty bare bones as far as facilities with limited parking and a long line for the restroom, but its a refreshing little spot just to swim around. Beware that the shower is just cenote water being pumped at you, so it's not...More
It's a nice and very easy, shallow cenote, but I'd recommend going to jardin del eden that's right next to this one, it's much bigger and impressive. Far too many people here...too crowded. I went with my own rented car (don't be afraid to do...More
We visited Azul Cenote after Tulum ruins from 3 to 5pm and it was very refreshing after a hot day in the sun. The water is clean . They have several cenotes small and big one was well with deep clear water where You dive,...More
We travelled here early morning before the crowds, it was lovely, water so clear and fresh, did some snorkling and saw lots of little fish, water nice and cool, although quite rocky in some parts underfoot so best to wear suitable beach/water shoes, highly recomended.
I recommend that you arrive to the Cenote Azul early. We arrived at 9:45 am and we were one of the first families to arrive, it felt like we had the whole place to ourselves. The water was crystal clear and cool. It is great...More