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Cenote Car Wash, Tulum
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The cenote is located directly at the main road Tulum to Coba, so it was quite noisy. When I came there, a unfriendly guy asked for 50 Pesos which is actually a fair entrance fee. He took the money an... read more »
Car Was was our final dive of the vacation, and the best was saved for last. We were able to be there at the low season, so there was only one other group in the water with us, and the green layer fro... read more »
El cenote Car wash o Aktun Ha es un cenote precioso y natural, para relajarse y menos concurrido, eso hace que sea un lugar excelente para meditar, además se puede hacer buceo, se los recomiendo, vale... read more »The cenote Car wash or Aktun Ha is a beautiful and natural cenote to relax and less crowded, that makes it an excellent place to meditate, also you can dive, I recommend it, it is worthwhile, I it pass super!show original
This was our first cenote and we were not sure it would work since my husband is disabled, many mobility issues and he uses a walker for balance. We were able to drive right up to the site, and it has a great wide wooden staircase with handrails for easy entry. We noticed it also had a ramp from the parking lot for a wheelchair. The water was clean the surroundings were amazing too. There were only a few divers around so it was very peaceful. I think it would be great for families with young kids too. The staff was very friendly, had life jackets for each of us too. It was a terrific experience, everyone should go there. Also I understand the cost was good, 50 pesos each.
Carwash Cenote. We were here in 12/2014. Its on the other side of the street from the grand, and a little down. Were Were here late in the day, and the only ones here. It was very quiet and relazing. The guys came out and feed the fish, this was fun. It was 50 Pasos a person. Its not a cave cenote, its very large and open. Bathrooms and changing rooms. I think you should give this a chance FIRST, because the other more expensive options. Thank you. Dr. darrell of michigan.
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