Hacienda San Lorenzo y Cenote Oxman | Informal Campsite

Mexico

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Verified:
over 1 year ago
Altitude:
13.5 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
st.messing

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
Yes
Showers:
Cold
Water:
Non-Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
No
Tent Friendly:
No
Pet Friendly:
No

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Paid to go to the Cenote, which was nice. Good service at the restaurant. However, I was told there would NOT be tent camping under any circumstances. So don’t drive especially to this one Cenote out of all the others that are available. Although they may have previously allowed tent camping, it is no longer an option. We sorted of wasted out time going out of the way, when others of equal quality where closer to the route.

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We asked about camping and they said they only have tent camping right now, the space for van/camper camping is being renovated.

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Nice cenote, rope swing is fun. No dogs allowed, only in the parking area. We only did the cenote $80p/pp.

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Well, thr place is nice, cenote very cool, beautifull and fresh, swimming pool,all amenities, possible to camp for 150pp (that includes entrance to the cenote). But the "campground" looks more like a junk yard or building workshop, we didnt really know were to park to enjoy the place and there are spots with terrible sewer smell. But it s quiet and flat and all in all it s good

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We did not sleep here even if we could have.
The place is great to spend a chill out afternoon. The cenote is great. We took the 150pesos package and spent it on food. The nachos speciales were really good and the agua de piña as well.
Cold showers outside the cenote and clean restroom. Pool and good music ... what else do you need?

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In my opinion, get the food, pool and cenote package for 150mxp, you get 150 credit for the restaurant and then camp somewhere else. Otherwise if you do the camping option you don’t get any restaurant credit and you pay 150mxp still. We made that mistake, you can easily stay at another cenote for 25mxp. Plus Food here is 100-150 per main for pretty standard food. Beside that, great place, cenote is incredible!

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Don't follow gps as it will take you roundabout the back way, and in our case, passing through the city dump which is not far away. There is a perfectly good entry drive from the pereferico. Nice cenote but smell from dump colored our visit a bit would when the wind shifted. Unfortunate.

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Just want to clarify the day use "packages". These do not include camping. Camping is $150pp, and you don't get any restaurant voucher. First package is $150p/p. Includes everything (cenote, shower, pool, wifi) and a $150p credit at the restaurant. Odd I know. Second package is $100pp and includes everything but only a $50p credit at the restaurant. Third package is $70pp and is only the cenote. As you might expect, restaurant and bar are a little more expensive than it should be but not bad.

If you camp, everything closes at 5pm, the restaurant, bar, and cenote. We were basically alone for an hour from 9am to 10 in the cenote. Then a tour bus came. The cenote is so beautiful and we heard there are underwater caves so goggles recommended.

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150mxn/personne de plus de 5 ans. Includ cénote, piscine, électricité et eau. La piscine n'est pas très propre, le cénote vaut le coup. Bar et restaurant ouvert en journée. Nuit calme.

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A nice place to stay. Just as described. Friendly and worth the price (150 per person). The cenote is very beautiful!

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This is a great spot - the cenote is AMAZING!
Cool, fresh water and a rope to jump in - best thing is it's not too touristy so not many people there.
The bar is also good, reasonable prices and nice pool to swim in. Music a bit loud but it closes at 6pm.
Clean toilets and outside showers.
We camped for the night, good wifi and they gave us an extension cord to plug in (parked next to the bar).
Paid 150 pp - credit at the bar not included (only with day pass).
Friendly staff - totally recommended, at least just to have a fun day :)

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We had this cenote all to ourselves. It’s beautiful and so deep. Great for jumping. Definitely worth an afternoon. 50 pesos for the cenote, 100 pesos will get you a shower, the cenote, the swimming pool, wifi and 50 pesos to spend at the bar i.e a big ol’ michelada. Arriba

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You can visit their open air cenote without sleeping there. It’s one of the best in Valladolid and you have a great chance to be alone. You can jump from a string into the crystalline water without fear because it’s 45 meters deep. It’s out of the main crowds offering also food and a pool to relax for 70 pesos (100 pesos if you want wifi and 50 pesos of credit in their pool bar).
Beautiful, big and relaxed.

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For camping it is now 150 pesos per person.
This includes: entrance, toilest, outdoor shower, wifi, power and water.The freed drink is not included.
The cenote is wonderful.
(parking is free)

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This cenote was simply amazing - very few people were there in the morning, until around 2PM - then a bus with international students arrived, but that hardly can be regular. Most of the time we were about 6 people there in total.
You can swim, jump into the water with a swing (fun) or if you dare, "cliffjump" from the top - 17/20 meters! We saw three guys doing that. We wanted to go to Il Kil before, but around 11, I already saw about 5 big busses with tours parking there, so we left. Just go here :)
Price was now 70pp for cenote, 100pp for cenote+pool+wi-fi+50 pesos credit at restaurant and 150pp all that with campinf overnight - we left in the evening.
The entry might be more at cenotes close to Merida, but the services and place looks more high level. Would go again

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Place is nice. they charge us 100 pesos but with 50 pesos credit at the bar/ restaurant. Nice swimming pool is a plus. Cenote was great. Food not good. Service quiet slow but it was during Christmas holidays maybe better in other days

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We had a really brilliant experience here. First of all the cenote is the best we have seen - the views and swimming are simply amazing. Secondly the atmosphere - with the bar, pool, and grounds all being so nicely maintained it really is a pleasure to spend an afternoon here. Price is $100 per person including a free cervesa, and the owner Juan Pablo let us park our truck up right next to the toilets/showers (with bonus WiFi signal from earlier that day when at the bar) for free. All in all, a really great place. Highly recommended.

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Quiet, friendly, clean place to camp. And the cenote was one of the best we've seen! The owner Juan Pablo said he's happy to have more overlanders come. He charged us 300 pesos for the night but that included entrance to the cenote for all 3 of us for 2 days. Fee to enter cenote is 70 pesos each if you're not camping!

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This place has raised their prices. Camping is no longer free and access to cenote is $40 per person. Camping was quoted to us for $200

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We stayed overnight in the parking next to the pool for free, no problems. Asked at the bar and they also offered us a room in the hacienda for 150 MXN. Seemed safe enough - it is quite out of the way, but everyone packs up and leaves around 7, so after that you'll likely be by yourselves. The municipal police make the rounds every few hours, never stopped to question us though.

Swam at the cenote for 35 MXN pp and it's a good deal as far as the nearby paid ones go (others are around 60 pp). The Tarzan rope swing is a cool addition that we didn't see elsewhere. They were only a couple of other people in the cenote.

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35 pesos for the Cenote. We went at noon and there was nobody. The best cenote we visited in Yucatan. Big enough, relatively clean and empty of people. The "tarzan" zip was the best feature ever!! Highly recommended. The place looks a bit run down but it was clean and well preserved. We asked to see you he cenote first without paying and they had no problem. We did not eat in the little restaurant. We did not enquire for camping also!

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Lots of space to park your car or even set up a tent. FREE when leaving until 9 our so next morning. Beautiful hacienda. Amazing cenote, super deep and heaps of tree roots to reach all the way down into the water. 35 pesos per person entry for cenote, banos and toilets included.

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