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Cenote Hubiku, Temozon
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Dive into Cenote Hubiku and swim in waters beneath the earth's surface. A Mayan village surrounds this large cenote, which you may first explore before taking a dip. Consider renting life jackets and towels in the village if you need them. Be prepared, as the water stays cold. After your experience, you can find a buffet lunch adjacent to the cenote; tequila is made next to the cenote as well. Make Cenote Hubiku a centerpiece of your Temozon vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Temozon itinerary planner.
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  • There's nothing wrong with the cenote, but we took a tour from Riviera Maya to Chichen Itza and as we did not intend to swim in the cenote, 1.5 hours we had here felt very long and the route to go the...  more »
  • Really a beautiful place, the cenote is like in a park where there is also a restaurant (very good Yucatecan) a Museum of tequila... but that takes everyone's attention is the cenote, a water well where to cool off in a day of heat, a unique and relaxing place, really recommend that they know it
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  • The cenote as such very nice but exploitation is overblown. Located in a maya "village" which is like u open mall. In the own cenote there are warriors Mayan so you can make pictures with them (and pay) and lockers and vests life (also of payment). so wild no seems, is like a natural pool that is exploited. However if no cenote has not been, it is worth.
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  • It was beautiful. We took pictures and they hardly capture how visually impressive this underground lake is. I found myself wishing I could have dropped in from the ceiling, but I wasn't there long enough to see if I could. The water was a cool 70 degrees or so which felt perfect in the hot humid climate. It was visually one of the most impressive landmarks I have seen with the deep blues and green foliage surrounding the entrance.
  • Take a refreshing dip in the crystal clear waters of the underground river known as the cenote. This is fun and visually stunning. I would not plan a whole day out round this NE site but there's more than enough to do in this beautiful part of the world.
  • What a cool (and that has a double meaning) way to get refreshed when it's blazing hot in the summer. A must see! This cenote is 120 feet deep and they do have life jackets for those who can't swim. We experienced this in a package deal that included going to the Mayan ruins of Chitzen Itza.
  • Good place to cool off, access is by many, many steps although they're not steep. There's also a shop, restaurant, changing area & mayan village to visit within the complex.
  • A must see, covered cenote with a round opening that creates very cool lighting effects. The water is clear and great for swimming especially during summer time.