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I remembered Yalahau like it was yesterday. Blown away on arrival. Sunk in the cristal clear water, everyone loved it. It is extremely wild, once in the water we were face to face with a small aligator. He swamaway when he saw us but we...More
The 7 different colors of the water makes an amazing experience.
Try to rent a sailboat and not a boat to contribute to the environment. The lagoon isn't too big. If people start renting boats the lagoon will start getting dirty of fuel and its...More
Very underwhelming cenote, crowded with tourists whose diving and kicking takes the clarity of of the water.
Poor maintenance from a small "group" of locals that charge $15 MXN to let you in and don't bother to clean animal feces from the spring deck,maintain proper...More
Went on a three island tour and this was one of the stops. I’ve been to Mexico before and seen real Cenotes and that’s interesting, this is just a really small fresh water lagoon. Nothing that I’d recommend spending money to see.
It was a cool spot to visit and go for a dip. The water is cold and sweet! There are iguanas and raccoons roaming around the area which is fun to watch. They have a little restaurant in the location as well. The cenote is...More
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The tour is by boat so unless you have a boat I would think tour is the best way to go- only 20-30$ USD per person. Think I paid $800 pesos for the 2 of us. You can sign up for the tour in el centro de holbox - there are... More
The tour is by boat so unless you have a boat I would think tour is the best way to go- only 20-30$ USD per person. Think I paid $800 pesos for the 2 of us. You can sign up for the tour in el centro de holbox - there are signs everywhere .