Cenote X Batun, Merida
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This cenote is literally the most beautiful one we visited during our trip. There are those fish which start to bite your legs, like a pedicure :) the blue color gets darker behind, where it gets deep... read more »
We waren op zoek naar een cenote in de buurt van onze route die dag en kwamen bij X Batun uit. Het is een klein half uurtje rijden vanaf highway 261. Stel je navigatie op Cacao in en volg daarna de bo... read more »We were looking for a cenote near of our route that day and arrived at X Babic. It is a half an hour drive from highway 261. Imagine navigation on Cocoa in and then follow the signs. The road is unpaved and single lane, but fine to do with own car. Admission is 50 pesos pay at last village for the cenote. There is also a toilet. You get access to two cenotes: X Babic and Dzonbacal, which is a few hundred metres apart. You can park your car at both and buy or drink. The cenotes are not large but very nice and perfect for bathing between the fish. X Babic is sitting in the Sun with lots of overhanging tree roots while Dzonbacal more of a cave is. There were a lot of people but we were the only foreign tourists, which is sometimes also called delicious.show original
Tijdens onze rondreis door Mexico leek het ons een goed idee ook een verfrissende duik te nemen in een van vele en mooie cenotes. Omdat de grote en meest bekende op dat moment echter niet op onze rout... read more »During our tour of Mexico, it seemed a good idea also a refreshing dip in one of many and beautiful cenotes. Because the great and most famous at that time, however, not on our route layers we came after a bit of detective work on this in San Antonio Mulix (insteltip for the navigation). Armed with TomTom we have this through all kinds of gravel roads and through small villages, to then find that we were the only non Spanish-speaking visitors. A whole separate and also called refreshing experience after the hustle and bustle of Chichen. The cenotes itself, there are 2, are not extremely large and beautiful blue and wonderfully refreshing. Because it's not that pressure was also good to splash about and you can admire the beauty of it. Little tip is to reserve your swimsuit to do because its changing rooms not really ideal.show original
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