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Grutas de Calcehtok

Highway 184 | La carreretera de Merida a Uxmal, Maxcanu, Mexico
+52 999 262 7292
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Get a colectivo from the terminal on the south side of Parque San Juan (calle 69A) heading to... read more

Reviewed 8 February 2017
Alex B
via mobile
Calcehtok Grottos, AMAZING!!!

Hello there, my name´s Livio III and please click on like you liked the review… I visited these... read more

Reviewed 11 July 2016
LivioIII
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Campeche, Mexico
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“hour tour” (9 reviews)
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Highway 184 | La carreretera de Merida a Uxmal, Maxcanu, Mexico
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+52 999 262 7292
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Reviewed 8 February 2017 via mobile

Get a colectivo from the terminal on the south side of Parque San Juan (calle 69A) heading to opichen (30 pesos p/p), tell the driver you're going to grutas calcehtok and he'll let you off by the start of the path to the entrance. It's...More

Thank Alex B
Reviewed 11 July 2016

Hello there, my name´s Livio III and please click on like you liked the review… I visited these grottos last year with my girlfriend and some friends, I´m a fan of extreme sports (at least the ones where you don´t usually end up getting killed)...More

1  Thank LivioIII
Reviewed 5 June 2016 via mobile

We did the Calcehtok (X'Batun) caves mid morning and selected the two hour adventure tour. The tour cost $300 MXP for two adults total. We are two mid-twenties adults in decently athletic shape. Our guide spoke little English and we had very basic knowledge of...More

1  Thank Heather W
Reviewed 7 May 2016

We rented a car from Merida and drive there since it's the easiest way. At the entrance we were welcome by a friendly man of about 60 years old, very humble and not pushy at all (contrary to what we read in some reviews here)....More

2  Thank petitpuce
Reviewed 5 May 2016

The reviews here helped significantly prepare me for the challenge of this adventure. I LOVED it. I went twice within 10 days and had just as much fun the second time. I was a bit more prepared the second time. Wearing pants or capri's that...More

2  Thank Lori G
Reviewed 31 March 2016

great place, the cave is huge, the 4 hour tour is amazing, you'll end up tired and thirsty so bring water and some snacks so you can have a bite when you finish exploring the cave. it is not recommended for people with phobias as...More

Thank turbinux
Reviewed 26 March 2016

You pay the guides in the parking lot. I am unsure if there are guides that speak english. We went there with our own guide, but the guys who work there still go with you.

Thank FernHeaven
Reviewed 19 December 2015

This place was pretty amazing. One of the most impressive caves I have been in anywhere. Guide really spoke no English but we got along alright. The sheer size of this is what makes this so unique. We did the simple family tour. Parts were...More

3  Thank WidthAdventures
Reviewed 19 November 2015

This is a great experience the guide was extremely knowledgeable and turned a great visual and sensory experience into an enjoyable learning opportunity. Would highly recommend.

1  Thank Glynn P
Reviewed 30 August 2015

One of the cenotes there is seems like an island under the ground, very genuine not that full of tourist and surrounded by local country life.

3  Thank Carolina S
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4 November 2015|
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Response from Kana B | Reviewed this property |
It really was beautiful, challenging and fun. My Spanish is quite good so i think I got more out of the trip. My husband and children don't speak Spanish and they still had a blast. It really was incredible - just much... More
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10 April 2015|
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Response from dream_genie | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I'm not sure--if your child is well-coordinated then it would possibly be OK, but it's pretty muddy and there are lots of rocks and boulders to squeeze through. I would think it'd be better for maybe a 7-8 year old. Good... More
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