Cenote Cristalino, Mexico
Blog Post - May 5, 2021
On a hot day in Mexico, the Cenote Cristalino was a great place to cool off. We had spent the morning in Tulum exploring the Ancient Mayan Ruins and wanted to do something in the water.
About halfway between Tulum and Playa Del Carmen is the Cenote Cristalino.
The parking area is right off of the highway and they have a big sign in front that looks like this:
We paid our entrance fee of $200 Mexican Pesos per person, grabbed our life jackets (not mandatory to wear) and headed down the trail to the cenote.
As you walk out from the trail, this is the first view of the Cenote Cristalino.
This is the view of the jumping platform and the rest of the cenote.
This is the view looking down from the jumping platform:
The Cenote also has a swing you can hang out on. Here's Julie taking a break from snorkeling to spend some time on the swing.
The water was really clear for snorkeling and diving down to the bottom of the cenote.
We spent the rest of our time snorkeling and jumping off the platform. We loved our time at Cenote Cristalino and would highly recommend it!
The cost was $200 Mexican Pesos per ticket. That is about $10 US Dollars when we went. For two tickets it came to $20 US Dollars. This included a life jacket.
The total cost in US Dollars for two people came to: $20.00
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