We visited this cenote after a very hot tour of the Coba ruins. Keep in mind that this was the first cenote we had ever visited and we didn't know what to expect. The shower area and washrooms were basic but clean. We descended easily down a sturdy wooden set of spiral stairs to reach a huge cavern. There was a large pier out over the pool and it was easy to get into the water. The water was so refreshing, crystal clear and cool - we didn't want to leave. However, I found myself breathless, barely able to paddle about and I needed to hang onto an inner tube in the water. I started to wonder if it was time for a cardiac bypass! My husband and son felt the same so we reluctantly left the water. It was only after we climbed back to the surface that our driver mentioned that they had not turned the air exchange unit on. He said that was why another couple who were there at the same time had left so soon. Well I'm relieved that I don't need a bypass! It's too bad that this happened because we would have really enjoyed our refreshing dip and stayed longer.
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