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we came here after a tour around the lagoon and we were amazed with this place all around. The Cenote is 90 meters deep,you can rent a life vest to feel secure and go swimming in it.
The restaurant has delicious food that goes accordingly...More
This was a great cenote to cool off in on a very hot July day. Restaurant onsite, a few areas to lay our towel, Life jackets for rent. The cenote is large but there is a rope to help you get to the other side....More
Great place but no where to save your items. As we walked in a man was reporting someone had taken his bag. There are no lockers so we left everything in the car and tipped the gentleman who helps you park as we left. We...More
An amazing natural place that really is impressive & well worth a visit.
We had a lovely few hours here. Cheap to get in & reasonable prices fro food & drink. Nice areas for getting in & out of the water, life jackets for non/weak...More
This is a lovely out of the way spot to go swimming and have a bite to eat. The water is beautiful and the food is great. We walked to it but it is quite a ways so one may choose to taxi (cheap) or...More
A bit out of the way, we took a taxi from the main plaza. 50 pesos. The entry is 25 pesos pp to get in the restaurant who has the monopoly ( that’s why I took a star off) good food in the restaurant, a...More
Our hotelier told us this was a must do for a short visit to Bacalar. He said to go early, it opens at 10am, and have a swim and breakfast. We did just that. Visually it looked like a small lake and not like a...More
Great place for a rainy or windy morning, or any time when Laguna Bacalar does not beckon you.
Wide (200 metres), and deep (90 metres), this giant cenote has amazing water (like swimming in rainwater), and lots of lush greenery around it.
They also have...More