At first I did not want to go and visit this cenote but when we did, I immediately regretted that we did not go sooner. It is open, view on the sky. Very Big and you can even jump in the water.
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After visiting Ek Balam, we decided to come here for lunch and a swim in the refreshing Cenote. As we spend some time yesterday in X’Keken and Samula we were not so stunned by the unclear and a bit dirty water of this Cenote. The...More
The cenote was only a few blocks from our accommodations. a morning visit to the cenote was wonderful 30 pesos each to get in a nice little walk down to the floor of the cenote it’s quite big and very clean when we were there...More
Stop here and try really Yucatan food! Typical dish with chicken or pork was super delicious We also had empanadas for a starter. Staff was friendly and you can actually see when they do tortillas in a traditional way. Before dinner, visit the cenote!
I have been here 30 years ago and this place still has its edge: "poc chuck" and "filete zaci" wich is pork steak cooked with sour orange, pink onion, black beans and other goodies, a must have for locals and visitors, the waiters gave us...More
Nice, cool spot for lunch. We were pleasantly surprised by the food - started with lots of yummy, little snack plates they just bring out. All enjoyed our food, and then you get free entrance to the cenote. We didn't swim, but enjoyed exploring.
Since we needed to eat lunch anyway,, we decided to eat there and receive free entry to the cenote. Botanas are served with each round of beverages so you can easily split a meal. They do also serve breakfast if you want to avoid any...More
We enjoyed our visit because of the views of the cenote more than the food. The food was just okay, but we didn't care because the place was fun and the margaritas were excellent. There are vendors outside selling local arts and crafts.