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The cenotes itself was such an incredible treat, but JULIO from RESTAURANTE JUANITA that is about half way up the road to the cenotes gave us the most exceptional tour of it. He told us the history of the it, how they are created, and...More
The board outside welcomes you and tells you they've waited 15,000 years for your visit. With such marketing, I was already sold. Inside I met Mauricio and he was fantastic. He knows his stuff and he made me relax in this amazing cenote. I hate...More
Had the whole place to ourselves. Arrived 90 minutes before closing and everyone else had already left. Not one of the most visited cenotes in the first place so was very peaceful. Have to take a guide but the cenote is incredible to swim through....More
It is located at the end of an 8km dirty road but it is worth visiting it.
You can leave your car close to the entrance, take the necessary equipment (I strongly recommend to rent a wet suit despite the water is not too cold)....More
I am Italian, well travelled and totally trustworthy.
Yucatan is full of Cenotes, everyone different: this is one of the few unmissable.
Clise to the Dos Ojos Cenote, nice, this is about an i tricated teack of tunnel beliw the ground tgat you oartially visit...More
Sac Actun is a MUST SEE whilst in Tulum. It was the highlight of our week there. We visited with no expectations and loved it. Do it. (You can ignore the upselling... you won’t need a wetsuit, torch or camera pouch).
This place was beautiful! Make sure you bring a GoPro and maybe even a flashlight that works in the water. Some of the places are dark, but your guide has a flashlight. Beautiful, clear waters. Don't wear any big spray or sunblock as it will...More