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Cenote Papakal

1:00 hours
Monday - Sunday
09:00 - 18:00

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CENOTE PAPAKAL INFORMATION & ACTIVITIES

THINGS TO DO & VISIT IN CENOTE PAPAKAL



recommended stay 1:00 hours
Monday - Sunday
09:00 - 18:00

Papakal Cenote - It's a closed type cenote inside a cave, which has a water surface of 27 meters long by 29 and a maximum depth of 31 meters.
It is remarkable by its large cavern that has large stalagmites that are immersed in the transparent water and has good visibility for scuba diving.
Inside have been found some paleontological vestiges and remains of charcoal from thousands of years ago.
Included in the named "Ring Cenote Route" in Yucatan
It is posible to practice: hiking, swimming, camping and kayak
The entry fee to the cenotes included in the "Ring Cenote Route" in Yucatan are from $20 to $45 MXN.

Easy / light physical activity

biking , walking / hiking , kayaking , scuba diving , snorkeling , other aquatic activities

biking
walking / hiking
kayakingscuba divingsnorkelingother aquatic activitiesother aquatic activities
Services | Also suitable for

food service , camping , kids, good for children

food servicecamping
kids, good for children
Attraction categories
cenote / water springcavesother natural landscapes
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Recommendations

To swim in cenotes bring your swimsuit, a visor or goggles, and life jacket (even if you know how to swim).

To dive in Yucatan it's necessary to have a diving center presence, which you can request in Merida.

It is advisable to have proper diving certification, carry complete and in good condition equipment, and have a technical guide Dive Master or Full Cave Dive depending on the diving site.

It is advisable to bring biodegradable insect repellent and sunscreen, and water. Remember heat can be extreme, especially from April to September.

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.

Where is Cenote Papakal and how to get to Cenote Papakal, Cuzamá, Yucatán

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Mérida - Cuzamá
It is included the estimated cost of fuel and tolls for a car in a roundtrip.
car
1:00 hours
$112.2 MXN
Colectivo (a smaller bus), which you take opposite the same bus station (Noreste bus station: 67 Street #531, between 50 and 52). Colectivos leave when they are full. From Cuzama you have to take a mototaxi (typical trasport of villages in Yucatan) until the tourist center, where you can take the trucks, the mototaxi gets there in 15 minutes and costs $25 pesos per person.
1:15 hours
$90.0 MXN
From Noreste bus station: 67 Street #531, between 50 and 52. Timetable: 7:45, 9:15, 10:45, 12:30 and 14:30 hrs; this bus takes you until Cuzama. From Cuzama you have to take a mototaxi (typical trasport of villages in Yucatan) until the tourist center, where you can take the trucks, the mototaxi gets there in 15 minutes and costs $25 pesos per person.
bus
1:30 hours
$86.0 MXN
Mérida - pueblos & cenotes
Bus (Departure from terminal Noreste: Street 67 # 531 between 50 and 52): Merida - Tecoh & Cuzamá - Merida. Biking: villages, cenotes, ex-haciendas, etc.
2:30 hours
$86.0 MXN

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