Small Cenote, expensive to get in and bare minimum facilities. Pay for lockers pay for towels pay for equipment...
About Grand Cenote
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please be early, this cenote is beautiful and easy to reach, so from 10:30 am it is packed and actually too busy. Cenote is nice and great to swim through, lots of fish and some turtles. shower and facilities are nice for only mx$ 180...More
After a hot day viewing the beauty of the Tulum Ruins we took a taxi to the Grand Cenote. This was my favorite part of Tulum. The Cenote water is crystal clear and just beautiful. It s so refreshing and the water is nice and...More
I have been before, but wanted my group of friends to see it so we came after our trip to Coba. We arrived around noon, so it was already crowded, but we found that once in the water you had plenty of room to swim...More
After the raving reviews, we had high expectations but were disappointed. When we arrived, we had to get our bathing suits from our suit cases in our car. Some of the maintenance staff was eyeballing us and our suit cases, including a young unfriendly looking...More
We were really disappointed with this cenote - the entry fee was very expensive, it was very crowded and the water quality was bad (bad smell, sun screen on the surface and quite a lot of bird droppings from the birds nesting above) and it...More