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We also used Martin +52 1 999 413 4779 per recommendation of one of the reviews here. He didn’t give us a rate and said we could tip him however much we wanted. He took us to 5 Cenotes. Martin was absolutely amazing, patient and...More
This cenote provides three different experiences of three different kinds of cenotes - one underground cave, another partially open with a view of the sky, and the last completely open to the sky. Cenotes are unique and should certainly be visited for a swim if...More
The cenotes were incredibly beautiful and uncrowded. I don’t think many people know about this spot nor many tour guides bring vans of people here because several times we had the cenotes all to ourselves. Our guide obviously loved his work and the chance to...More
A visit and swim in the three cenotes in Homun was a highlight for me. The three Cenotes were a short walking distance from the other. Each one was unique and beautiful to see. The water was crystal blue and cool and refreshing. Trees and...More
I live in Mexico and have been to few cenotes already. But this time it was something completely different. Those cenotes comparing to the ones closer to Tulum or Valladolid aren’t busy at all, at times we were the only ones in there ( except...More
We're visiting Merida, and friends recommended Homun as the place to go for cenotes. Soooo glad we did. Other reviews already tell you how beautiful they are, so I'm just going to fill in some of the details I think others left out. We took...More
In this area there are a dozen places to swim in cenotes, some commercial and some small farmer owned. Most are well underground and NOT handicapped accessible but most have well build wood or stone steps leading 30-60 ft underground to the beautiful turquoise water.
We just drove into the centre of Homun with no plan at all. A guide approached us and offered to take my family of four to 3 cenotes on his mototaxi (modified motorcycle with benches at the front) for 250 pesos. Sold! His name is...More
This is a "must do" for travelers visiting the Yucatan. Cenotes are very unique and Homún is located in the "cenotes ring" wich acording to experts was created due to a metheorite impact in the peninsula of Yucatan million years ago. I chose to take...More