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Cenote Santa Cruz

Akumal 77776, Mexico
+52 984 182 6052
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Cuzama Adventure Tour with Underground Cenotes from Merida
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Friends, if you are calling us and we don't answer your calls it is because we don't have good reception. We work only with previous reservations that can be made on our website or direct to our E-mail. We will answer you as soon as possible, we apologize for the inconvenience. Eco-friendly tours. Our excursions are groupal, private and personalized. “We invite you to live an awesome and fun adventure, enjoying the wonders that the Yucatan Peninsula has to offer, its heavenly beaches, Cenotes, Natural Reserves and archaeological sites. We are focused on sustainable, educational and recreational tourism in order to get the maximum and closest experience with the local communities, getting to know the flora, fauna and regional culture.”
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  • Average1%
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
LOCATION
Akumal 77776, Mexico
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+52 984 182 6052

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Akumal is awesome , people the water is crystal blue and warm, romantic if i may,just a great place to relax .hold hands and swim to your heart is content, very beautiful , caves and underwater life breath taking a must to travel to ,and...More

1  Thank Paul B
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Swimming in a Cenote had to be done. The Mayan royalty used these places as a spa. The water is full of minerals and is even drinkable. Fresh and spectacular.

Thank Andy B
Reviewed 1 week ago

very cold water but by the time your body adjust it was time to go. could have been a little longer. But very Beautiful...

Thank deznlen
Reviewed 14 October 2017

This denote really is a sink hole. The water is under ancient rocks forming stalagmites. You are provided with safety gear and the guides are very caring.

2  Thank Lucy J
Reviewed 5 September 2017

We walked through one cenote and swam through the other one. An awesome experience! When you go to Mexico, you definitely have to do this.

1  Thank OklahomaDana
Reviewed 12 August 2017

I love my Cenotes! fresh, clean cool water, beautiful caves! take yer under water camera, rock formations are beautiful!

2  Thank stacie10
Reviewed 12 August 2017 via mobile

This was outstanding place to visit. Be aware the water is freezing cold. Long day but staff made you feel very welcome and plenty of food and drink to hand. Made a new friend in a cockerel. 😃

1  Thank chunky46
Reviewed 10 August 2017 via mobile

A great place to learn about Mayan culture, food lovely, people are welcoming. The swimming in the underground cave was refreshing.

1  Thank Anne G
Reviewed 6 August 2017 via mobile

Where to start? This was a fantastic and memorable experience from start to finish. We had a group of 13, including 2x 8 yr olds, 1 x 9 yr old, 1x 14 yr old and the rest of us were adults in our 30s. We're...More

3  Thank cejaydee
Reviewed 6 August 2017

Amazing caves and cenote tour.Pictures don't do it justice. Very knowledgeable, great service and email comms. Excellent value for money. My husband was concerned about feeling claustrophobic and having to swim lots - but this was perfect. Massive caves system and mostly wading through water...More

1  Thank HutchBucks
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psylaw1
12 September 2017|
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Response from cejaydee | Reviewed this property |
I it's through their own site. You pay a deposit by PayPal and then the rest in pesos on the day.
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Bankerchas
3 August 2017|
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Response from Marguerite C | Reviewed this property |
I don't think the cenote operators do that. We were staying in a private villa in Akumal Village and had to take a cab from there to across the highway to Akumal Pueblo to meet Antonio who picked us up in front of a bodega... More
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FondueMom
23 April 2017|
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Response from gracielady22 | Reviewed this property |
Since it is in the cenote it's stays about the same as no direct sunlight hits it. I guess it's about 70. You walk about waist deep (I'm 5'7") for most of it..
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