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We originally were coming to see both Cenotes - Palomitas and Agua Dulce. After Palomitas we ventured over to Agua Dulce, but it was not what we expected and did not match any reviews I had read. It was closed off by a barbed wire...More
Awesome swim....but ask for the 80 they try to keep. Valladoid tries to cheat ya with change. Just stand with your hand out and they finally give it to you. The culture in Vaadoilid tries to cheat ya! Watch everywhere.I'll tip ya ,but don't cheat...More
This is definitely a place to go to avoid large crowds - we had it to ourselves for the whole time.
In terms of getting there and locating it - it is paved road all the way until the cenote entrance - rough gravel but...More
Admittedly this place is WAY off the beaten path and a little confusing but so worth going. While it would be a shame if this lovely pristine place became overrun with tourist it definitely needs more people so they can stay open and so people...More
There are actually two centotes here to see which are both lovely and can be swam in. Access is down steps and particularly for Agua Dulce, which is down a small spiral staircase, anyone without fairly good mobility would struggle.
It was very quiet when...More
Absolutely amazing cenote, free from tourists. After visiting the cenote de palomitas which is 5 minutes by walk from this one, we decided to visit it as well. A good decision. The water is so clear, there are few holes in the roof, from which...More
Went to this cenote today and it was really nice. Not overcrowded. After 4pm we were the only ones and manged to take pictures . Absolutely magical place with all the stalagmites and stalactites. Liked it much more than gran cenote
I recommend you come go mid-day to catch more sunlight into the place. We went near sundown but there was still enough natural light and plenty of lamps to view the depths of the cenote.
Guided with people watching over you....More
Off the beaten path, far away from the Cancun coach parties, this is one of several marvellous Cenotes in one hacienda back yard which deserve a visit. Very welcoming host (Mario, thank you), dramatic descents into a breathtaking world with ever-changing natural light streaming through...More
My husband and I went here as a half day trip while we were in valladolid. This cenote is off the beaten track, no one else was there but us! You have to pass through some rural towns to get there but its a glimpse...More