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Lors de cette excursion d'une journée au départ de Mérida. Explorez plusieurs cénotes avec un guide local. Le premier cénote Poolcocom comporte une grotte et un accès facile aux eaux fraîches et cristallines en contrebas. Le deux autres cénotes, Cascabel, Chacksikin, sont connus pour leurs stalactites et stalagmites. Vous pourrez également visiter la ville maya d'Acanceh et déjeuner dans un restaurant à proximité.
Visitez trois cénotes et un village maya
Guide professionnel, déjeuner, et tous les droits d'entrée inclus
Un excellent aperçu des cénotes et de la culture du Yucatan
We went to 3 cenotes, each with a distinct formation, and each swimmable. The cenotes were beautiful and swimming there was a serene experience. After the cenotes, a good lunch. It was a very enjoyable day.
My family and I all had a very special experience on this tour. The cenotes are a wonder, and a delight for the senses. The horse-cart ride was so fun, too! My greatest memory of all is of seeing the small towns on the way, which are a world apart and truly enlightening.
Tour goes to the Cenotes of Santa Barbara, about an hour drive from Mérida. Van picked us up right on time at 9am at our AirBnB and already contained four other tourists, a driver and a very knowledgeable guide who spoke excellent English. A horse-drawn tram took us to the three cenotes where we swam for about 40 minutes in each. We went on a Monday so the cenotes always clean and beautifulwere not crowded. Afterwards we had a leasurely and tasty lunch at the restaurantincluded In our Viator tariff. The changing rooms and toilets were modern and clean. We were very happy with this excursion and glad we did not rent a car and try to find it on our own. Highly recommended.
The keynotes were very nice, however, it isn't what is advertised or listed here. We only visited three cenotes and they weren't the ones listed here. We had to wait for longer than wanted in the hotel because they were running late. We also didn't see any Mayan village along the way.
They picked us up and took us to a place called Santa Barbara, Cenotes and Restaurant. There we took a carriage pulled by horses where the 1st cenote is, after that you are on your own the tour guide waited at the lobby/restaurant. To get to the other two cenotes, you walk an ok walking distance.
Again, the cenotes they had were beautiful it just wasn't what we expected or what is advertised in here.