This was plain gorgeous. There are three ways in. The zipline, the base jump, or the chicken steps. First we ziplined in. Was very nervous because I was told that the cenote would be very cold. Simply put, it was not cold but refreshing. The water was crystal clear and you could see the fish swimming within. On the second entry, we jumped from the 40-50 foot cliff. I had second thoughts after looking down at the water and fear of the unknown in the water. What the heck, off I went. It was great!!!!! Our guide, Merak (www.hummerjungletours.com) also ziplined and jumped with us. He remained in the cenote for the kids as a reassurance due to the height. The area is in the jungle so the restrooms and changing facilities are very basic but serve the purpose. This was nice to swim after the dusty ATV ride. We also learned the Mayan history of the cenote and learned a lot. Would definitely recommend this if you want to experience something different.
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