The cenotes are great but the tour is amazing. Our guide, Saul, was perfect and took great care of us. Just make the time.
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We recently visited Kantun Chi while in the Mayan and really enjoyed the river tour. Amazing beauty and extremely fun. Highly recommended.
We visited here in September, we took the collectivo bus from outside our hotel which only cost a couple of pounds. We booked our ticket online and saved 10% we visited early morning and the park was very quiet in fact we were the only...More
We were worried about going into the Cenotes not knowing what to expect. It was a rainy afternoon but glorious in the park. The water was cold in the covered Cenotes but you become acclimated quickly. Beautiful Park and wasn't busy when we went in...More
This place is awesome! The tour in the caves was amazing! Not a lot of activities to do here, but the peacefulness of the cenotes and the staff was excellent. The tour of the underground caves was so special. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable...More
We got there when we saw the place from the high way. This have one underground river and 5 cenotes in the same place. Very safe and different, please don't missed all the cenotes, have some cash with you when you go to see number...More
My wife and I went to Kantun Chi which we booked through the tour desk at the Akumal Bay resort. It ended up being USD 70ish per person and included a 2 hour tour of the underground caves and five cenotes (it may be cheaper...More
I'm not usually the guy that goes to these kinds of tourist spots, tourist rip-offs is always what I think.. I was wrong! Loved it. The cave tour is an absolute must. Don't even go if you're not willing to do the Cave Tour. I...More
Just visited this park, first thing fist. But your tickets online, way cheaper! You can hang all day here and swim in the cenote. Be prepared for COLD water for the cave or partial cave cenotes Could have used my shorty wetsuit there. The largest...More