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Monday - Sunday
08:00 - 17:00
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* Estimated price/ entrance fee.
On-site you can request lifevest, towels, and goggles for an additional cost
The 2 cenotes of San Juan de Dios, near Cobá, Tulum are: semi-open and one of cave.
Muul Ichi Ts'ono'ot (Mul ichi) cenote is a semi-open type cenote with tree roots and crystal clear water, has basic services and showers. In the cenote there are Mayan vestiges.
Xaman cenote is inside a cave. And Mayan weddings, and dances can be performed there.
The Mayan community also receives visitors for theater plays in the jungle that preserves their traditions (Xtabay Legend of the Aluxes, ritual for Rain God ...), dance services and Mayan weddings. These services require a prior reservation, please request in advance.
The village has solar panels for generating clean energy, many houses are of Mayan architecture with raw materials of the region and seed little a year to care for the land, it is a sample of Mayan culture still living.or Contact us to learn more
Easy / light physical activity
Also suitable for
kids, good for children , elderskids, good for childrenelders
It is advisable to bring biodegradable insect repellent and sunscreen, and water.
Every modification alters the ecosystem, leave nature sites, elements and its fauna as found.
Care for nature! Bring bags to take all your litter and garbage back with you; take special care of glassware and / or campfires.
Remember heat can be extreme, especially from April to September. Stay hydrated and dress accordingly.
From ADO bus station. Unique schedule 10:11 am. Return 3:10pm. (For an additional fee you can take a bike on the bus and use it to visit the cenotes. Or take a taxi once in Cobá to visit the cenotes) The taxi fee isn't included, it's around $100 mxn each way
It is included the estimated cost of fuel and tolls for a car in a roundtrip.
Departures from bus station located in: Av. Salvador Novo #179 (Between streets: Javier Barros Sierra & Guillermo López Vega), Constituyentes de 1976, Chetumal, Quintana Roo
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