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Cenote Chaak Tun

Av. Juarez North | About 4 miles from the beach, Playa del Carmen, Mexico
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Av. Juarez North | About 4 miles from the beach, Playa del Carmen, Mexico
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Reviewed yesterday

Really worth doing a cenote tour while in mexico ! We were able to do a short tour but didn't go into the water - but the concept was great !

Thank Anahita A
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Are family vacationed in Playa Del Carmen and the last full day we had, our teenage girls wouldn't venture out. So my wife read about this Cenote and wanted to give it a try. I am not a great swimmer so I was a little...More

Thank Tobey H
Reviewed 5 days ago

We were a group of 8 and had an AM excursion of the cenote. All of the workers were extremely welcoming and friendly, and we had a lot of questions that they were happy to answer. One of our primarily concerns was an older member...More

Reviewed 1 week ago

This cenote differs from many others as it is completely closed (i.e. not out in the open) which makes it magical. We had a fantastic guide. I can't remember his name - but he was a great story teller and caring for the environment. (He...More

1  Thank Henriette Kahre F
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We had an afternoon excursion to Chaak Tun Cenote and were so glad we took the time to visit. The drive to the Cenote from just outside of Playa Del Carmen was only about 20 minutes. We booked online through Viator a few days in...More

2  Thank Peter Y
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a must see place! The water is super cold, but worth jumping in! Take your camera for sure!!

Thank Sunchic2017
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It seems this cenote has recently been acquired by one of the big tour operators that cater to cruise ship passengers, since it is no longer possible to visit the site without doing the full "tour" at a cost of MX$ 500 per person (no...More

1  Thank Gary M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We learned much and had a remarkable time that will be with our family forever. I am happy we did this spiritual adventure tour with Phillipe! It could not have been a better tour! Thank you Phillipe for showing us and teaching us about history...More

1  Thank maryvdavis
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Go early and beat the crowd! I went at 9am. Got a tour for my partner and I. Not so touristy but sooooo worth it. We got Ricardo as a guide and we got the picture package, it's totally worth the money.

1  Thank Amalia A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This was a really great tour. It is completely understandable why the Mayans view these as sacred places. They are truly otherwordly. The part of the cave with the human bones was a highlight, as was the portion where we were in complete darkness. But...More

2  Thank Julie S
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22 July 2017|
Response from DANIELLE S | Reviewed this property |
I would arrange it through the ship. It's not within walking distance from beach/port.
22 July 2017|
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Response from DANIELLE S | Reviewed this property |
There actually is a covered but outdoor restaurant where I´m sure they would let someone sit, even if they weren't eating. There are also a couple of benches near the entrance of the cenote where I imagine someone could sit... More