The Cenotes of Cancún offer a chance to go swimming in natural spring waters in pools caused by limestone sinkholes, which offer a truly natural experience, unlike any beach swimming. Cenotes can be underground and enclosed in a vast cave system, underground semi-open with an open roof to the sky, or open above ground and outdoors. All of these varieties can be found in Cancún. 

    Check out some of the best natural swimming holes you can find and have a jungle swim on your next holiday.


    Cenotes Kin Ha

    Dive into deep waters from a wooden platform

    Cenotes Kin Ha is a cave cenote, underground and enclosed, with deep waters, accessible by wooden steps or by jumping in from a wooden platform. This deep, cool pool is part of the Ruta de Los Cenotes, a 12-mile stretch of road about 30 minutes south of Cancun with several cenotes along the route.

    Diving into the deep waters of this cenote from the platform above is a popular thrill and don't worry, you can climb back out when you're done. The water is deep, clear, and cool, and it's a great place to cool off on a hot day.

    Lokalizacja: 77587 Quintana Roo, Mexico


    Cenote Siete Bocas

    Explore a maze of 7 swimming holes

    Cenote Siete Borcas offers a deep, calm pool of water fed by an underground river in a cave system along the Ruta De Los Centoes. Its name means "Cenote of the 7 mouths," in reference to the 7 different entrances it offers to the underground river that feeds the Cenote. This particular system is like a maze of cenotes that wind through and between tunnels, with cliffs to jump off of and tonnes of beautiful rock formations, stalactites, and stalagmites.

    Above the cenotes you can climb a watchtower to get a panoramic view of the jungle. You can also walk the calm, dark passageways between pools and relax in the silence. It's just about a half hour north of Cancún.

    Lokalizacja: 77584 Quintana Roo, Mexico


    Cenote La Noria

    View amazing stalactites and swim with tropical fish

    Cenote La Noria is renowned for the beauty of its crystal clear water full of fish and its amazing stalactites that tower overhead while you explore the cave system. Facilities on site include parking and bathrooms. You can enjoy a restaurant just a few steps away, and rent mountain bikes or take a zip line ride. Technically, Cenote La Noria is two separate cenotes and you can explore both.

    This attraction is about an hour's drive south of Cancún, so it may be best for a day trip. Still, you'll find plenty to occupy you here for the entire day.

    Lokalizacja: 77587 Quintana Roo, Mexico

    Otwarte: Tuesday–Sunday from 9 am to 5 pm (closed on Mondays)


    Cenote Choj Ha

    Explore enigmatic archaeological sites

    Cenote Choj Ha is an exciting cenote because it's one of the most newly discovered and is surrounded by Maya architectural sites and indigenous experiences. While you swim here you can enjoy a traditional lunch made by the Naranjal people from organically produced food. Head to the arches and tunnels of the ancient Maya or visit that Naranjal indigenous archaeological site.

    Of course, swimming in the cenote is a prime attraction, and this cave cenote offers stunning stalactite and stalagmite formations with deep blue waters. It's about an hour and a half from Cancún, so plan a day trip.

    Lokalizacja: Carretera, Cancun - Valladolid Km. 218, X-can, Yuc., Mexico

    Otwarte: Daily from 9 am to 4 pm

    Telefon: +52 985-114-1928


    Cenote Hubiku

    Visit a cenote with arts, crafts, and a museum on site

    Cenote Hubiku is an underground semi-open cenote that's amongst the largest around with occasional waterfalls, a family-friendly atmosphere, and nearby attractions. Besides swimming, you can visit a tequila museum, get souvenirs at a huge gift shop, or even grab a great meal at the on-site restaurant. You'll access the cenote from a large car park, through the gift shop and local arts and crafts stalls.

    This one is 2 hours from city centre Cancún, so it's definitely a day trip. The good news is that there's plenty to do here, from museums to shopping, dining and of course swimming, to keep you and the family occupied all day.

    Lokalizacja: Carretera, Valladolid - Tizimin Km 1.5, 97740 Temozón, Yuc., Mexico

    Otwarte: Daily from 9 am to 5 pm

    Telefon: +52 998-195-6537


    Xcajum Cenote

    Visit one of the 7 Wonders of the Modern World

    Xcajum Cenote offers deep, clear, and clean waters, 4 different viewpoints for photo opportunities, and easy access to one of the 7 Wonders of the Modern World. You can swim in waters that extend to nearly 130 feet deep. The ruins of Chichen Itza are just minutes away, allowing you to explore an archaeological wonder. An on-site restaurant allows for meals while you're here, and all the green space you could want.

    Amenities include life jackets, bathrooms, dressing areas, locker rentals, even a rest area where you can rent hammocks for a siesta. It's about 2.5 hours away from Cancún but makes for an outstanding day trip.

    Lokalizacja: xcajum Chichen itza, 97757 Dzitás, Yuc., Mexico

    Otwarte: Daily from 10 am to 5 pm

    Telefon: +52 985-858-2052


    Cenote Lu'um

    Go rappelling and dive into deep waters

    Cenote Lu'um is 8 million years old, which is amongst the youngest of all cenotes, offering rappelling, swimming, stunning rock formations, and diving platforms. The assisted rappel into the cenote takes you down 82 feet, and the waters at the bottom are spectacular, illuminated by the sun high above and surrounded by natural rock formations.

    If you like cliff diving, you can take advantage of a 7-foot platform. The cenote's waters range from 96 feet to 82 feet deep and are a rich, turquoise blue. It's about an hour and 10 minutes south of Cancún.

    Telefon: +52 998-883-3143


    Cenote Sol y Luna

    Swim, pet farm animals, and see a Maya pyramid

    Cenote Sol y Luna offers a unique experience in a cenote that's considered one of the more enigmatic in the region, with quad bike tours, a petting farm, and other adventures. This cave cenote offers cool swimming for adults and children with deep turquoise waters, a zip line, a jumping platform, and several restaurants in the area. The farm also has 10 species of animals that you can feed and pet.

    After your swim, you can take a tour of the nearby Maya pyramid with a small museum. This cenote is just about 45 minutes from city centre Cancún to the south.

    Lokalizacja: KM 6.250 Ruta de los Cenotes, 77580 Puerto Morelos, Q.R., Mexico

    Otwarte: Daily from 10 am to 5 pm

    Telefon: +52 984-100-9783


    Cenote Las Mojarras

    Ride an aquatic zip line amongst the trees

    Cenote Las Mojarras is along the Ruta De Los Cenotes about 30 minutes south of Cancún and offers a full adventure park with quad bike tours, horseback riding, and zip lines. The site offers plenty of amenities for visitors like lockers, life jackets, an on-site car park, and bathrooms, so you'll be comfortable the whole time.

    Some of the more exciting adventures at this open cenote are the zip lines circuit, part of which is an aquatic zip line. It's worth noting that visitors are asked not to use sun cream while swimming in the cenote.


    Cenote Yum Ki'n

    Occupy the kids with games and a paddling pool

    Cenote Yum Ki'n is located along the Ruta De Cenotes and offers not only swimming in an open cenote but a paddling pool, games, restaurant, and even cabins to rent. It's one of the more family-friendly cenotes with activities designed just for kids. After you enjoy your swimming, you can head for the on-site restaurant for a casual meal and good prices. Showers and dressing rooms are available for guests.

    Looking to stay for a few days? You can even rent a cabin here. It's just an hour from city centre Cancún.

    Lokalizacja: Carretera Valladoliz Km. 266, Leona Vicario, Q.R., Mexico

    Otwarte: Daily from 10.30 am to 6 pm

    Telefon: +52 998-881-1999


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