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Cenote Kankirixche, Mucuyche

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  • La strada per raggiungere il cenote è sterrata e subito pensavamo di aver sbagliato strada, ma siamo poi arrivati in uno spiazzo con una casetta ed il cenote. Spettacolare! 
  • Very difficult to access, but once in place it is wonder. (Several km) path is has one very narrow lane lined with ditches and walls.
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  • Even the cenote is a little hidden and remote, that's part of its charm. The place is amazing and truly beautiful. You can swim calmly, it is practically free. It should be prepared with water and something to eat that is truly isolated.
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  • Phantastic cenote within a close range to Mérida!!!! You have to drive about 8 kilometers past Abalá and then turn left on a dirt road which after close to 2 kilometers gets you there... I have read some comments in German around here, that you almost need a 4x4 to get there. Nonsense. Of course, the dirt road is the dirt road, you have to drive carefully not to damage the car. But that's doable. Get there! A great swim, crystal clear water and great scenery awaits you.
  • Awesome out of the way cenote. Deep water, round shape with beautiful stalactites almost completely undercover. We got here late (after visiting Uxmal and Kabah and pueblo Santa Elena in 38 degree heat) only to find the vigilantes (local people that charge 20 pesos per person and make sure no-one drowns) get on their bikes and leave without hassling us. Gorgeous blue clear waters with small black fish and chirpy swallows buzzing under the ceiling. They have toilets there in case you're wondering. Lovely place.
  • Beautiful cenote swimming with excellent and buoyancy vest for snorkeling. Now with new palapa and bathrooms.
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  • Beautiful cenote to do. Outside the box. We took advantage of the cenote for us alone for an hour from 10: 00 to 11: 00 before the first guide arrives with its customers. Die Straße ist problemlos befahrbar. Man muss einfach auf der Seite fahren, um nicht aufzusetzen something sometimes. Es sind dann genug lots available 10 m vom Cenoteeingang.
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  • Caution ⚠, cenote extremely poorly accessible. No parking or and no real road, we were a normal golf car there and could not drive along the dirt road leading to this cenote, car visit this cenote with a tour or a 4 x 4! Otherwise you are like us in the nowhere and not progressing with the car! Problem is also the Google you does not bring to the cenote but only on a road that is at least 3 km from the cenote and we already described the dirt road with a normal car is not really passable without using up! Us that didn't happen thankfully but I would be kept would be stuck car hire! Positive people very friendly and helpful!
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