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Reviewed 16 January 2016 via mobile

$20/person to stay within a campground with access to a cenote on the grounds. The cost pays for a tent and bed which is set up for you (no camping gear needed) and they have a communal kitchen available for use. It's a cheap way to stay if you don't mind a more rustic visit. They provide electricity (& wifi) after sundown until 1am. They also offer massage & sweat lodge/ceremony - I didn't partake in either but it was offered. The staff is warm and welcoming and I definitely recommend this site to people. We've stayed there twice now and plan to return.

Stayed: January 2016, travelled as a couple
Thank Kristen Z
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Reviewed 16 July 2015

we had an amazing week in tulum and in no small part because we stayed here. the people are amazing and kind and open to genuine connections, the cenote is gorgeous and has a personality all her own, the tents and toilets and kitchen were all so clean. if possible i would go back and never leave! the energy is so positive and nuturing! just bring lots of bug spray

  • Stayed: July 2015, travelled with friends
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Thank hannahsb1990
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Reviewed 2 July 2015

Just to make clear from the start, this review is not for the campsite, as I did not stay there but for the cenote.
I would never have expected that behind this unassuming campsite would be a large and beautiful lake/cenote which is ideal for serious swimming, snorkelling or just relaxing. The people taking the small fee for entry could not be friendlier and more welcoming and during my 2 week stay in Tulum I tried to visit at least once a day to do a few lengths of the cenote. The water is lovely and cold and clear, with a number of fish to look at while I ploughed up and down.
I would typically go at dawn and dusk, which are ideal times to visit as I was often the only person there and the tree-lined water looks amazing with the sun coming up and down, though for the latter you have to put up with a few flies.
I really miss not having this place on my doorstep. I had not heard it reviewed, promoted or advertised anywhere and yet it a real hidden gem and one of the highlights of an amazing holiday.

  • Stayed: May 2015, travelled solo
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Thank acwf2973
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Reviewed 5 June 2015

Cenote Encantado is located in the quiet zone of Tulum at the very end, close to entrance of Sian Kian reserve. It's perfect for the conscious traveler seeking peace and tranquility amidst the high energy of much of the rest of Tulum. Located right on a cenote, you can hop in the raft or jump in for a swim at any time. Rent bikes from the neighboring hostel to cruise around Sian Kian or the main strip of Tulum. The vibes were very welcoming and hospitable. If you're okay with sleeping in tents and on air mattresses (or on your own sleeping pad), this is a lovely place to stay. They have a screened communal kitchen area with complimentary purified water and plenty of dishes and cookware to prepare your meals. We stayed a little under a week and had a hard time leaving as we felt a sense of comfort and "home" at Cenote Encantado. Thank you Galia for a lovely stay. Evonne and I will definitely recommend it to others and hopefully be back for a visit soon! Luz y amor <3

  • Stayed: December 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank J-Vo_6
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Reviewed 23 February 2015

My friend and I stayed here and we liked it so much that we just stayed for 9 nights. We were made to feel welcome from the beginning. Leo the manager did a great job of checking us in.The owner Galiia was very pleasant and had an eye for making things workable.
We were given a tent with air matress a sheet lpillow and blankets. Electricity and internet are available only for a about 4 hours in the evenings. Each tent has it's own electrical outlet.
There is a yoga pavilion which is screened and quite nice and is equipped with an alter, rugs and even a message table.
The outhouses are of the composting type. Users are asked to add a bit of sawdust after use.
There is a bath house with a hot shower which is very nice. There is a wash basin where you can wash clothes if you want also a cold shower stall.
The kitchen is well equipped with a gas range with an oven. You can prepare any meal here!
There are lots of utensils and pots and pans. Campers are expected to clean up any mess they make.
There were lots of very interesting people in the camp ground.
Sol will give you a great water massage in the cenote.
The ocean is just across the street. You can gain access to that by using the hotel restraurant.
The cenote is amazing and beautiful.

  • Stayed: February 2015, travelled with friends
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Thank krackeyboy
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