Cenotes Park Hidden Treasures

Cenotes Park Hidden Treasures

Cenotes Park Hidden Treasures
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davidr113086
Detroit, MI19 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020
The cenotes here were unbelievable! The water was the clearest thing you will ever see! There is a rope to swing and dive into the water in the deep end. Word of caution, bring water shoes and goggles. The water is thick with minerals and using goggles under water you will be able to see everything! Water shoes are a must as well because there are lots of rocks and they are SHARP! The water is nice and cool and was completely refreshing after a long hot day. This was probably one of the coolest things I went to in Mexico.
Written 21 February 2020
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Heath H.
Melbourne, FL182 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2019
We had the most amazing time with Fernanda on this 2 cenote express trip! I had heard the water would be cold but that really wasn't the case. The caves are very beautiful and well worth the adventure. Bring a great water-proof camera for this one! Highly recommended and will do this again on the next trip. Thank you Fernanda!
Written 30 September 2019
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Chaines48
Milford, DE22 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2018 • Couples
My girlfriend and I were looking for a little fun after leaving our resort and spending a few hours at the Tulum ruins. We saw this place on our way heading south to them in the morning. Once we arrived we didn't see any other tourists around which had us concerned we would have to wait for the next group. To our surprise they were going to send us out right then and there with our own guide. We chose to take out the buggy, there were also ATVs available. I wish I could remember our guide's name, I believe it was Juan but don't hold me to it. We found it to be very reasonable just under $90 USD, money well spent for what we received, we also had to sign a waiver to be able to rent anything (which was understood). Our guide went over the basic operation of the buggy, they are basically VW Bugs converted into buggies. 4 speed manual transmissions, on/off toggle switch, w/ a push button start. He topped off the fuel, we put on our helmets w/ face shields, and we were off within a few minutes. He led out on a smaller ATV 220cc I believe and gave us some basic hand signals, stop, slow down, U-turn, cut off engine, etc. After traveling out for a couple of miles we pulled a U-turn and went back to the start never going over about 10mph at which point I thought we had made a mistake. But, as it turns out he was making sure that I was comfortable driving the machine. he asked "do you have any questions?" to which I replied "do we go any faster?" he laughed and said we are just making sure you can handle the buggy currently. Back down the road we went this time a bit faster, when we came to the point where we U-turned we made a right hand turn onto a much nicer trail and it was on! We were flying down some jungle type trails that were surprisingly quite rocky but I estimate we were going 40 - 50 mph. It was a blast, clearly the buggy could outrun the little ATV so there was some restraint that needed to be shown on my part...lol. Anytime we came across an intersection the guide slowed us down to make sure it was safe to cross or turn which was reassuring. Multiple time we ran across other tours that were going on and I realized quickly that our experience was so much nicer than theirs. Yes, they were in nicer/newer equipment but they were in groups of machines from 5-12 and were slowly riding along single file no more than 15mph, what a bummer. I would have been miserable doing that, every time we cleared free of them we were off again screaming down the trails. After about 2.5 hours we were thoroughly covered in dirt/dust (happily) our guide pulled off in a safe spot and we cut the engines and got to talk to him for quite a bit. He was a very intelligent young man who clearly enjoyed his job and meeting new people from all over the globe. Once we were ready we did a bit more cruising and then he took us to a private cenote La Gloria. It was very nice open cenote with a rope swing, life jackets (if needed), deck all the way around. The cool water was a welcome to wash off and get some grit off of us. We hung around there for about an hour with another group who had just finished off-roading themselves. I was surprised to see little fish in there never really thought about them being in that cold water but makes sense. Overall we had a great little adventure and would recommend this place to anyone who stops. They also had a gift shop, and a restaurant onsite as well but we did not partake in either. Before you book one of the bigger places w/ the nice new equipment ask yourself do you really want to go 20mph single file the whole time?
Written 29 January 2018
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Jennifer R
Marlborough, MA77 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2019 • Couples
I want to give an honest review. The people here are great . The photographer was fantastic and we received what was promised .
I always do my best to be positive . I love Mexico and exploring .
My issue is I have experienced another tour offering similar things... Rio Secreto which was amazing!!!!! The hidden treasures park needs some TLC . The ATV’ s are old and rusty and one couple had theirs breakdown and a replacement was not offered . My husband had to drive the guide on the front of his machine,while the girls had to double up and take hers. The trails were good .
The cave experience could be so much better. It was good. But having gone to Rio Secreto where each person is given a wet suit, water shoes , and a helmet with a headlamp.
This Hidden Treasures tour only the guide had a flashlight. We were issued life jackets . It was very hard to see. The life jackets are bulky and awkward. You miss so much when you can’t see .
The other thing I really saw that was sad was the health of the caves. At my other experience they really explain that we shouldn’t be touching the stalagmites or stalactites because our PH or the sunscreen we wear harm the health of the cave. You rinse off before entering and you are really educated about the ecosystem and our roll in it.
At the Hidden Treasures I was shocked at the obvious difference in the health of the cave . Everyone just tramples through it and it shows . The stalactites and stalagmites were rounded and dingy from all the abuse .
I would not have known any of this had I not been to the other one first.
If you are on a budget this one is fine. You will enjoy..... BUT .... the other experience is top notch.
With all that said. I hope this park invests in itself and takes it up a level, it could be just as amazing . Did I say how great the staff was?
Written 1 May 2019
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Ruby B
Auburn, MA29 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2019 • Family
We had an amazing time in this tour. First we went to an open cenote where you can get in the water with a rope swing. We were the only ones there which felt like this was our own private tour. The next cenote was underground. The stalactites were so magnificent and impressive as you swim through the cenote, it was an experience to remember. Our guide Chino was so great throughout the tour.
Written 27 April 2019
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Lou2389
London, UK4 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2018 • Friends
Visited in July 2018 with my parents as part of a day trip to see Coba. We did not know what to expect with the cenotes but they were absolutely beautiful. We were lucky enough to have the whole place to ourselves, it was amazing swimming and relaxing in the water. Then we took a tour inside the cave, this was a very special experience. We had the best guide Rafael - full of information and spoke good English. He took good care of us throughout the day, and in the cave was so benevolent and attentive, making sure we were ok getting around the cave. I would 100% recommend this place, and lookout for Rafael! :-)
Written 11 August 2018
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Perry B
Sydney, Australia2,574 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2019
We were so inspired by our visit here. Some of the sacred gods and ancestral spirits of the Maya resided here so it was great to be able to explore here on aside trip from Tulum.
Written 21 September 2019
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karinaslifestyle
9 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2019 • Solo
I really wanted to see La Gloria cenote because from photos it looked absolutely magical! As a regular solo adventure traveller I am not into big tours that are time regimented.

Hidden Treasures has smaller tours running through their property with several cenotes. If you are solo or a small group ask if you can customize your experience like I did! Roy was very accommodating in providing what I was looking for!

I joined a tour for the first part and meet some wonderful people and then I got to stay at La Gloria with one of their staff Fernanda and have a peaceful moment.

Fernanda was amazing! She is exceptionally knowledgeable and loves the cenotes. She took me over to cenote Iris as well which is a cave that if you hit the time right a small opening let’s the sun light up the whole cave.

Both cenotes are gorgeous and much more quiet than the over crowded touristy ones!

Thank you to Roy and Fernanda for the amazing experience!!
Written 17 June 2019
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Ameran M
1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2019 • Friends
We went on the ATMs through the jungle was beautiful and the adrenaline was awesome. Fernanda was our tour guide for the closed cenote and she was amazing. She was very knowledgeable and let us go at our place letting us explore some parts of the cave by ourselves. It was like she was experiencing it herself for the first time so made it 100x better. She also went out of her own way to take us to the semi- closed cenote when it wasn't even part of the tour. Fernanda you are the best

Ameran and Chris
Written 5 June 2019
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danitawyley
Fort Worth, TX2 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2019 • Solo
I had the absolute most amazing tour of the Cenotes with Fernanda. She was knowledgeable, patient, and so very kind.My experience was amazing. I would definitely return and do it again and recommend to family and friends.
Written 22 May 2019
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