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Cenote Zacil-Ha, Tulum

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TripAdvisor
  • We stopped in at this cenote after a trip to Coba. We were hot, tired, and sweaty and a dip in this cenote was exactly what we needed. The cenote is rather small, but had alot of fun features (e.g. A ...  more »
  • Entrance cost 60 pesos per person. There were no lockers available. The zip line cost 10 pesos. Lovely cenote smaller then a few others. Beautiful clear and cold water. On the left hand side of the ro...  more »
  • Our tour stopped at Zacil Ha after spending time at the Mayan Ruins of Tulum. It was a smaller place so not very crowded at all. It was so beautiful and refreshing. They had a nice pool and restrooms ...  more »
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  • It's a very countryside experience. They have cabins for rent, enjoy the pool and of course... the cenote! It's a small cenote, not too deep (4 feet) even though for children is advisable to wear the life vest jacket that they rent there.
  • Good spot for a dip! A bit cold but worth it. Check out the caves off on the sides.
  • Beautiful water and had a blast. Good n drinks were a plus
  • We have been there 4 times in the last couple of months. Great place for families. They have food and drinks. Small pool. Beautiful cenote with places to jump and dive. Plus zip line for 10 pesos. Picnic tables. Bathrooms. Take your snorkel mask and check out the fish and caves. They have life jackets and towels for rent. It is small but really nice.
  • Great cenote for families and people who want to spend some time at the pool. If you want to have a calmer cenote experience I would recommend you walk "next door" to the carwash cenote. I didn't regret coming to the zacil-ha cenote and the water is beautiful, however, I might not have been the right audience for it. We still took some lovely underwater photos though.