We hadn't heard about this cenote, but it was near our hotel so we stopped by to check it out and it turned out the be the most amazing cenote experience we could have imagined. It wasn't busy, so we got a personal tour guide who drove us down a bumpy dirt road to a little area with a hole in the ground. You go down a staircase and land on a nice big deck they built over an edge of the great room cavern. From there you swim through stalactites and stalagmites to various cavern rooms. The caverns are half flooded, so you have a view above water as well as below. It was INCREDIBLE. I can't believe I forgot to bring my GoPRO on this trip, but I will never forget it, it was one of the most unforgettable experiences I have ever had. There was one other tour there, and when they left we had the caves to ourselves, it felt like we were getting to explore the caverns and discover them for ourselves, as opposed to the tourist crowds at all the other cenotes. WONDERFUL experience. A must go. It is more expensive, but SO worth it. Prices when we visited were $900 MX pesos per person.
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