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Cenote Agua Dulce, Valladolid

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  • There are actually two centotes here to see which are both lovely and can be swam in. Access is down steps and particularly for Agua Dulce, which is down a small spiral staircase, anyone without fairl...  more »
  • This another cenote is located within the same ground as the popcorn cenote. To tell the truth I didn't really want to meet you, but my companion insisted and I must admit that it was worth. The cost of the entry is rather high for the natives, not for foreign tourists. However, in a few months will unify the price of admission so don't have to pay for entering each cenote, if that is not a payment only. Down to the cenote now (March 2017) it must be done by a spiral staircase hanging fastened by a few ropes of metal from the roof of the dome. If you suffer from vertigo, I do not advise to use it to get off. A side entrance which will make easier the entry will be completed in a few months. We suffer lower, since the ladder was moving, but once inside the water we enjoyed the place. The water is very cold and feels delicious before heat which reigns in Yucatan. The dome has numerous stalactites and several light posts that allow you to enjoy the beauty of the place. We were the only brave ones us fans to enter, together with the friendly guide who accompanied us. The dome, four meters thick, looks impressive but we caused any concern see marks on it. I believe that within a few months, the entry will be excellent and won't have to suffer with the spiral staircase, which no doubt must be exciting for young people full of desire to adventure, but not so pleasant for those who are looking for a dip without so many risks.
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  • Absolutely amazing cenote, free from tourists. After visiting the cenote de palomitas which is 5 minutes by walk from this one, we decided to visit it as well. A good decision. The water is so clear, ...  more »
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  • Very nice cenote. I went there after Chichen Itza and I had a swim. I was alone. The access is by a trembling stairs.
  • Off the beaten path cenote. Amazing stalagmites etc. Clear water. Very cool. Clean bathrooms
  • Great cenote. Off the beaten path but really cool.
  • Nice place to stop and cool off for a bit.
  • The water is incredibly cold.