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Suytun Cenote, Valladolid
(4.3/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
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  • A beautiful cenote with a wide dome filled with stalactites, a vault full of columns and a hole of light by where it was magical to see rain. Fresh water and sweet, with some fish of the region (lubs). The whole place was for us. I couldn't easily take my son there. Beautiful, safe, and enigmatic. Is place to visit obliged if van to Valladolid that is to some 8 kms from here. (The price of entry very accessible, even if comes in the restaurant not pay the entry 8 were 70 pesos by person). Easy access by a well-built ladder. It has a platform in order to be in the middle of the cenote without getting wet. Water cold but invigorating! Do not miss it
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  • We were in the evening against 16 h there and there was hardly anything going on. Therefore, we had the entire Cenote for us. Water was warm, there are also changing rooms and toilets, and great peacocks ;-)
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  • We camped near the restaurant and had use of the showers, bathrooms and big pool. Friendly and helpful staff showed us to the nearby cenote which was completely deserted, an absolute to joy to have it...  more »