Right in the middle of Cenote row sits this perfect swimming hole. Well worth the bit of a rough drive in and a steal at 60 pesos. The water was crystal clear, warmer than the ocean and mainly fresh water. Lots of undewater nooks and crannies to snorkel into and for fish to hide in. Lots of abovewater nooks and crannies to be part of the crowd or be alone with someone special. Ringed with a number of great palapas, this would be the perfect place on those hot days when you have to hide from the sun when not in the water. But it's hard not to want to be in the water here. Awesome diving cliff which attracts the kids in droves ( and us 'antiques ' too). It's also a great diving spot for accessing the underwater river system that interconnects all the nearby cenotes and finds it's way to the ocean. Unfortunately we could only spend a few hours here - someone had to catch a plane - but we will be back. I could easily see packing a lunch and killing most of the day here - very peaceful - very tranquil - very perfect.
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location @ googlemap of Quintana Roo @ www.yolotraveller.com
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