This cenote was held in some significance to the Mayas, who built a temple to house it. The water itself is not fresh, but rather brackish, as it is so close to the ocean.
You may enjoy staying in the Riviera Maya if you plan on visiting Casa del Cenote at Tulum Mayan Ruins, since visitors to this part of Cancun and the Mexican Caribbean will be pleased to have easy site access throughout their trip. If you wish to stay somewhere within easy reach of this historical site, you'll find a decent selection of hotel room choices in the vicinity.
|Hostel||0.5 mi. (3.1 km)||SSW|
|Lodge||0.5 mi. (2.9 km)||NW|
|La Vita e Bella||Hotel||1.2 mi. (3.0 km)||SSW|
|Mezzanine||Hotel||1.4 mi. (2.9 km)||SSW|
|Diamante K||Lodge||1.5 mi. (3.0 km)||SSW|
|Cabanas Los Arrecifes||Cottages||1.7 mi. (3.0 km)||SSW|
If you find your belly rumbling after your historic site visit, don't worry -- you're going to find a great concentration of restaurants in the general vicinity., which has a menu full of International meals, offers convenient access to the historic site. It is just about a half mile from this landmark, so stop in and try something off the menu. and are some of the other restaurant choices nearby where guests can try something different in Cancun and the Mexican Caribbean.
Location: Carretera Cancun-Tulum, km. 133, The Riviera Maya, Mexico
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