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Cenote Hubiku, Temozon

Categories: Outdoor Activities
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4.5/5 based on 320+ reviews on the web
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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  • What a wonderful Cenote. Beautiful and cool on a hot tropical day. Lots of fish! You can also rent or buy towels and life jackets. They provide lockers for your stuff. I would highly recommend the lun...  read more »
  • We have been deeply impacted by the time we got to this cenote. The feeling of going down the stairs and seeing that greenish crystalline blue water is incredible. The site has infrastructure with life jacket life for rental and cloakroom. The tequila Museum leaves much to be desired. The restaurant is nice, but not the cenote makes it all worthwhile.
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  • I first remember the butterflies of yellow that had just down the road before arriving, had many and was as you were, flying with us, were precious, first indicate you before going down there to take a shower, there is very well prepared and super clean facilities, when you start to go down to the cave notes a smell of incense and a quiet and relaxing music and when you get down and you see it You unbelievable, it is so beautiful that I cannot describe it with words must see it and bathe inside to believe it.
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  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Great place for a break to swim in cristalin water of the cenote. There is also a nice restaurant with good local food and a tequila museum Don Tadeo
  • This was a beautiful cenote, and quite a contrast to other ones we saw. This one is almost completely enclosed, making it much clearer and fresher. The water lets you view quite far down, and you can see the fish swimming about. The only downside is the temperature. Brrr, it's some very cold water in there.
  • Amazing place, not much around except the sink hole but it's enough. Remember to bring your swim wear
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