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Cenote Palomitas, Valladolid

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  • A must if you come to Chichen Itza, incredible impression of swimming at the bottom of a sinkhole at a temperature right in one landscape breathtaking.
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  • This cenote is one of two about a half hour drive from Valladolid. It is underground with steps carved from the rock leading down to the water. Lighting has been strategically placed in the cenote. Th...  more »
  • On the recommendation of the owner of the Hotel where we stayed, we learned about the existence of this cenote. As we were looking for something beautiful, but quiet, we decided to go to visit him. To go take the free Highway Valladolid-Cancun and is folded at the junction to Yalcoba. Be careful because that way leads to another highly touted cenote. Enter to Yalcoba and is like going to the village of Dzalbay. When we arrived we came across a huge field and the trunks to build something new. Follow the signs and arrived at the parking lot entrance. There was no more than a car and members were out of the cenote. Entry was made us something expensive for our pockets of native, but Manager had the deference to make us a discount to tell you where we are. We went and there was no one more in. Jackets there are lifeguards and towels at the entrance. There are some inflated bedrooms inside the cenote. The cenote is quite large and very nice. We enjoyed it ten minutes for ourselves, when a contingent of Canadian tourists who, however, behaved with kindness and correction. Fresh water is a delight and the ray of sunshine that caresses the water giving a magical beauty. Vale totally worth visiting it and, if you get lucky enough to not find anyone else, will be happy to place. The only thing is that they are doing more construction to promote it in large, what will lose part of its charm.
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  • Not too crowded, restaurant is simple but very tasty. Must buy beverages. Restrooms very clean.
  • Beautiful. I had never seen something similar!
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