The best cenote in the world?

What's means cenote ?

Cenote is a term only used in Mexico and comes from the Mayan word “dzonot” meaning “abyss”. For the Maya culture, cenotes were considered sources of life, in addition to providing the vital fluid were an entrance to another world and center of communion with the gods.

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Cenote Azul

The cenote azul is a place that you can have fun with your family access $ 120 not very expensive open wings 10 am and close at 6 pm and has bathrooms, dressing rooms and areas of palapas. You rent vests and has a small cafe where they sell water and some appetizers the water is very nice you can see fish in the water. It is recommended and I like it. It is like 25 minutes from Playa del Carmen

Cenote Cristalino

A wonderful place, the cenotes are beautiful, the water completely transparent, if you like to put on the snorkeling equipment you can see a variety of fish. They charge access, but the price is affordable, they give you the vest for the time you’re there, they have parking and save lives at every cenote. It is important to show visitors that they should not catch fish. No blocker or deodorant is allowed as it damages the ecosystem of cenotes.

Templo del Alacran

 A captivating ruin waiting to be explored, accessible through a private hotel with free entrance. Within lies the sacred temple of the Alacran, offering not only a glimpse into history but also breathtaking views of the beach. 

Cenote Dos Ojos

The best cenote parks you must visit, both the left eye and the right eye are ideal if you like to swim in natural pools. The water is crystal clear that it does not seem to be so deep. Fortunately, it has adaptations of stairs and railings to make it easier for you to get in and out.

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