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Cenote Zaci, Valladolid

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  • It is located in the middle of the city, with easy access, the cost is 30 pesos per person in cash only and delivered a bracelet identifying with allowing you to enter and exit the venue, so one can go in the morning, then tour the city, go to the hoel to rest and resgresar in the afternoon to take a dip. If your hotel doesn't have a pool and is close to the cenote... is a very good choice!
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  • The cenote is relatively small but it has more than 80 meters depth, a sign reads "swim at your own risk" and is that neither Viewer you can see what's underneath so deep that it looks, it is a jewel of nature you can enjoy swimming and just 30 pesos! Look for the Guide "Alí" is very pleasant conversation and knows much of the place as well as the surrounding.
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  • This was the first cenote of our trip. We keep a very good memory, because it is in the city, easy to reach and very pleasant after a hot day. Unlike the reviews we had read it is a nice place.
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Google
  • Great place. Lovely water temperature. Very central.
  • This beautiful cenote is worth checking out! For $30 pesos you get an all day pass, so even if you leave, you can come back and spend some time swimming. Be careful when walking down to the water, the moisture has turned the floor slippery. Over all, this ancient natural structure will leave you amazed.
  • Wonderful open air cenote. It is the perfect spot to cool down on a hot day. Lots of different platforms you can jump off of into the water.
  • A small cenote in the centre of the town. Mainly for swimming but nice for a quick visit just to snap a couple of pictures and get a bit of peace and quiet. Relatively quiet cenote but tour groups do stop here.
  • Very clean in town cenote. It is half outside and half covered which makes visibility really good. It also has a small cliff jumping area