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Cenotes, Cuzama

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Take a tour through the jungle by horse and cart to see three mesmerising Cenotes. These sinkholes reflect deep blue waters. Visitors are able to jump into the crystal blue water of each one while surrounded by rocky shafts. Be prepared, you'll descend down 20 m (66 ft) of steep wooden stairs and ladders to reach the bottom of the cenotes, where you can swim if you wish. Each one offers a unique atmosphere. Arrange to visit Cenotes and other attractions in Cuzama using our Cuzama vacation trip planner.
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  • We visited 4 cenotes in approximately 3 hours entry to each one costs approximately 30 pesos, it is ideal to park your car in a cabin that is in the entrance of Homun, hence out guides in motorcycle pulling a booth for tourists, besides that there are incomes of vests, better go on a motorcycle to horse or mule and not to support cruel practices because also it is worth mentioning that the number of stray animals is very sad... The Guide (which charge you your tip nothing more) will take you on the bike through the cenotes that you ask, give you options, we went to the less tourist, nature is amazing! There is one called swallows nest very recommendable. All are beautiful and not be so busy enjoying them a lot, you have to be careful with children, young and older adults, accesses are not always the most simple but if that is worthwhile, the water is cold but really the cenotes have a relaxing power! Worth arriving early and take advantage of the time because the cenotes close at 5 pm.
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  • All the experience of the ride to the cenotes is very nice. Since arriving at the place where are you in a cart pulled by a Mule through a small rail. Access to the cenotes is complicated but when you arrive it is worth a lot. Those who took us were very kind and explained the mechanics. It is incredible to be able to swim in a cenote with blue background and transparent water. I recommend to wear goggles (cenot 3rd which is the largest is income of goggles).
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  • Arrived at Cuzama attractions can be found quickly, you'll see a row of parked Ponies with some carriages Spartan. We agree the rate is it starts ... the adventure begins, the carriage moves on Rails and the horse part. Quite a drive and then you get to the first cenote. If along the way we meet a medium who proceeds in the opposite direction, one of the two carriages (depending on I'm not sure which earlier) drops and dismounts, then you can start again towards the second cenote and then towards the third. All through the jungle and clear and making stops with bathroom (optional of course) in the cenote. The order goes from closer and easier access for swimming, on the top, the most complex. They are all beautiful and your leader and at your disposal x long as you like (even the whole day). If you want to bring a multiple-nic to be consumed in the midst of greenery. It will be a memorable one.
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