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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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  • At the entrance, there are several stalls selling food and refreshments, and income of lifejackets, the trip takes about 4 hours, so you must provide food and water. Since there is nothing once started the trip in truck... The truck has 4 people, and the natural wells some are difficult to access, one with vertical ladders, one with slippery entrance without stairs, the other is a cenote for few people. Wear comfortable shoes or sandals that slipping... it is quite dangerous to a fall. Certainly an adventure!
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  • Beautiful ride by different cenotes, beautiful and exciting activities. Very good attention of the organizers. Very attentive with drinks and food. Excellent!
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  • For whoever does this tour please note that there are two similar and that the entry point is separated by 1 km. both circuits share the cenote Chetumal, but differ in the other two being the Santa Cruz and the Dzakapal. The first is a deep rift that is lowered by a steep staircase. It is burdensome and at times the feeling of closure is intimidating. Having said that I will say that we loved and waters, although they do not see the light of the Sun, are temperate. The other is type cave and have the option of visiting the cave itself but is neccesary to take Lantern. The circuit is also in a cart pulled by horses as in the circuit of "three cenotes". It is very easy to reach: when you come from Merida, Miss Cuzamá and there first encontrara´n the entrance to the circuit that is promoted and if they reach Chunkanán (2 km) is the entrance which I mention. This is very good and out of season, there is time to be what you want just in the cenotes or with a couple of additional people.
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