Changing rooms, showers, and grassy beach for picnic and sunning. Beautiful cenote to explore includes open and cave areas, turtles, and small fishes. Pack a lunch since there was no food service and wear water shoes too.
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If this is the only cenote that you have time to see whilst in Mexico, then you should definitely go. It’s very easily accessible from Tulum, either a short cycle ride or a short taxi. HOWEVER, be prepared for it to be over crowded, over...More
This Gran cenote was the last that we visited after a long weekend enjoying all the ones that we can visited (all the rain had not ruined) and has to say that it was one of the most interesting ones. Although is not as wild...More
A little crowded, but easy to get into and as big as the name suggests. Wear water shoes if you have them-- it's easy to injure your toes on the rocks if you're exploring. Make sure to at least get a snorkel mask so you...More
My wife and I decided to stop by here for an afternoon adventure after spending the morning at the local ruins. Nice, quiet spot and not too busy. We opted to rent the snorkels and a locker for our belongings so we could enjoy a...More
This cenote is very cute, but small. I actually went there thinking that I was going to a different place, the one we see when we google "Grand Cenote" that is just WOW, huge, with ropes and everything. When we arrived at this cenote, the...More
Stunning! But it is very commercialised, we went earlier than the coach tours which was a lot more pleasant, when we left the big busses were arriving and it was quickly getting crowded.
First time in Tulum and first time visiting a cenote. They take cash or pesos, but only give change in pesos. Very easily accessible, not far form the main road and there are taxis there waiting if you need a taxi back to your hotel....More