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Cenote Xunaan-Ha, Akumal
(4.7/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • The day I met this cenote was not so crowded, it was very pleasant. The cenotes are HERMMMMOSOS we are humans that with irresponsible visits, we sometimes to 'opacarsu beauty'. The cost of entry into symbolic and was lucky that there was a group of hikers that provide them the use of the "zip line" and let me jump! jajajaj remember it and feel vertigo again :D I visited in July 2015 ;)
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  • We were brought to this cenote 3-4 years ago when we first stayed in Akumal by one of the workers from the house we were staying at. This is the best kept secret as far as clean, refreshing, swimming ...  more »
  • This is a place not a lot of people go, so if you like something reserved this is for you. It's basically a small lake, there's not a lot of structure, but they give you swimming masks. The bottom of ...  more »
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  • @ 30 pesos per person well worth it.... beautiful and fun... if tour comes around with zip line equipment give it a shot.. ask if you can try. .. worst case they will charge you a few $$$ but really awesome. ..
  • Beautiful cenote, with minimal development, costing 50 pesos per person to bathe. There were no gates but had the impression that the vigilante lived there in a shack. They have life jackets and diving platforms which was great. The cenote looks around 4m deep but that lovely clear blue water might be deeper than it looks.. Gorgeous cenote, clean, small but big enough and had it all to ourselves one evening. Cheers
  • Gorgeous place and extremely refreshing
  • Excellent!
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  • There are underground caves which connect other cenotes (this deep) and is very cheap $30 per person, highly recommended if they pass by.
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