Suytun Cenotes | Established Campground

Mexico

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2 months ago
Altitude:
13.0 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None
Contributor:
Song of the Road

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - Not at Sites
Wifi:
Yes - Average
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
Yes
Showers:
Cold
Water:
Non-Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
No

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Description

June 2020:
450 Pesos Camping + Cenote
130 Pesos pp Cenotes (online ticket)

A hotel with two big Cenotes and a camping area in back. There was one power plug out near the camping area. We had one giant Cenote to ourselves in the early morning. Cost was 250 pesos which included access to the Cenotes.

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We paid 450 Pesos for a night and the entrance to the Cenote.

The online price for the Cenote per person is 130 Pesos instead of 150. So you pay 190 Pesos for camping.

Campsite is ok. It was quiet at night. Maybe because there where no guests when we stayed. It might be different with guests in the Cabañas.

Bathroom is clean, but the cold shower on the roof is not in the best condition.

Relatively big pool, which you can use from 8 am to 8 pm.
Gets shady in the late afternoon.

I would not recommend this Cenote thou. Instead I would look for a cenote that is not so overcrowded with tourists.
For us it wasn't worth the money!

To get to the entrance you have to walk through a souvenir shop. Then you get vests that you have to wear, for reasons that I can't explain. It doesn't matter if you're a good swimmer or not. If you ask why wearing these vests is obligatory, you usually only get the answer: "It's the law".
Although we were there half an hour after the cenote opened, there was a long line to have a picture taken on a jetty in the middle of the cenote.

All the barriers, the vests, the man-made jetty to have your picture taken, the crowd of tourists, the noise and the benches on the sides no longer remind you of a natural cenote where you can admire the clear and refreshing water surrounded by stalactites and enjoy them quietly.

The best Cenote we have been in so far is Cenote Chemuyil. This is just marked on iOverlander, luckily not on Google.
It's free, cristal water and you are almost by yourself (without life vests of course :)) When we entered this Cenote there was just a person bathing. Totally quite. We just heard the bats. This was our best Cenote experience in it's natural beauty.
Then we visited this one and we were shocked. Just went in and out again... pretty expensive overnight camping in this case :)

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Great place to camp when visiting the cenote suytun. WiFi fast enough. Showers and toilets clean and with toilet paper. Low pressure though but enough for showering. Paid 450 pesos for 1 night including 2 entrances for the cenote per person. We asked to extend for one more night without including the entrance to the cenote but they said it’s a fixed price, so we didn’t extend.

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Nice place as described . 450pesos for2 persons and a car including cenote entrance ( 150 pp) so, it’s cheap

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450p/night for 2 people in a motorhome, inclusive 24h visit of cenote Suytun (last entrance 16.00, first at 08.00). Between the cabañas, there is a 100m shortcut to the stairs of the cenote (look for sign).

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Stayed here based on reviews. Paid 400 pesos for 1 person and 1 vehicle. I tried to negotiate but they were indifferent. Place was completely empty, access to Cenotes close by, water and electric hook ups

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Pretty place. Road a little rough getting in and low hanging trees for a big rig but we made it fine.

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Really good, quiet place. 400$MX for two including Cenote and Camping for the night.

Vraiment bien, endroit tranquille. 400$MX pour deux incluant Cenote et Camping pour la nuit. Possibilité de louer de cabana

Really good, quiet place. MX $ 400 for two including Cenote and Camping for the night. Possibility to rent a cabana

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They ask for MXP200/pP. You can use facilities (WC, shower, swimming pool), but don’t expect them to be clean...

Wifi is very fast! That’s a plus!

The Suytun Cenote was very crowded with people taking photo shootings... so was not really enjoyable.

Go early in the morning (8am) to have the place for yourself.
There is a second cenote just near the main entrance which is very beautiful as well - and no one there!!
FYI: At 10am there is a Maya Show in the main cenote. We didn’t attend.

All in all quite expensive, but worth a visit.

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not the nicest place. Some cenotes few kilometers on the other side of mex180 nicer and less visitors. paid 200 pes/p to stay in camper over night incl entrances to both cenotes. 30pes for life jacket to suytún. The other smaller cenote (pass cabaña 5), no swimm! is a little bit pzretty to take pictures, colondrinas ant To-birds. Moskitos!!

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Nice campground with Nice pool.
350 pesos for the night(2 adults +2 kids) including access To the cenote.

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As described. Pretty touristy and lots of people during the days in the cenote. They make u wear a life jacket if you swim. More people take photos than anything

Camping spaces are in shade all day. Need portable solar if you don’t plug in, Bathrooms ok. Pool very nice
Food not so good Convenient for checking out chichen itza

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Electrical box has mutliple outlets, if you have long cord it can serve a few rigs. Restaurant closes at 5. Cenotes are open 8-5 or 8-6...(heard two different things).

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Très bien! Piscine propre, électricité, eau, douche (ok) et WC, wifi rapide et en plus une Cenote, eau claire où l'on peut nager! Pour 1 nuit, 350 pesos pour 2 personnes et 100 pesos de plus pour un enfant de plus de 10 ans soit 450 pesos pour nous 4 et entrée à la Cenote comprise. Il fait rajouter 20 pesos pour les gilets, seulement pour ceux et celles qui veulent nager, sinon pas obligatoire. Restaurant seulement jusqu'à 17h.

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The camping area is not that nice, some places between some trees, basically on the parking lot. But the pool area is very nice, wifi works fine in the camping area and near the pool. Pool is huge and clean. We enjoyed a whole afternoon there with some beers, a good place to survive the heat and relaxing after some ruins. Paid 250 Pesos. Cenotes were also nice.

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As described, a restaurant/bar with big pool that offers about 20 cabañas in a nice garden setting next to the cenote Saytun.
We were charged 250 Pesos for the truckcamper (with 2 persons, without electricity). Includes the use of pool, hammocks, fast wifi, toilet (flush / with TP) and shower plus entrance in the 2 cenotes in the area (afternoon and again the following morning). Drinks at the pool bar are only 50 Pesos ;-) A relief after the expensive Mayan coast between Tulum and Cancun :-)

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Quiet place with Cabanas who has a little shady area for camping. We paid 250,- pesos for a small Van and two people without electricity. Entrance to the Cenote for 24h included but you have to rent a live jacket to swim in this Cenote and that sucks. It’s obligated but they charge you 30 pesos for one! Also WiFi, pool and cold showers.

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They charge you 70MP to get in the 2 cenotes and spend the day at the camping (it's called "pasadía"), using their facilities. You just have to pay the entrance ticket at the camping site (not at the cenote's entrance). Swimming pool, toilet, shower and wifi.

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Quiet, pretty, shady place. Go for a swim in the amazing underground cenote. Big clean swimming pool. Excellent fast wifi. Few minutes drive to Valladolid, a Pueblo Magico. 500 pesos including entrance to cenotes and life jackets. And electric and water. No dump.

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Very nice area just off Hwy 180 ... we paid 200 peso to park and then 70 peso to go into the cenote!! I️ think one should negotiate to pay for campground and entrance!!

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We paid $350 pesos w/electricity. Cenotes are also included, you just need to pay $20 pesos for a vest (mandatory). The location is pretty, you have plenty of space to set up. Pool is nice. Didn't eat at restaurant. Bathrooms not at its best. Too much light at night, better if you don't park near the restaurant . Works for a couple of nights.

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250 a night/2 people included the entrance to both cenotes
very clean pool, nice place

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Great spot and perfect for visiting Suytun which is a must! Hook up is available as well as water, very good wifi and a decent restaurant and pool. Quiet at night and staff are helpful and friendly. And if you stay there, it's around $350 for four of us you get free tickets for the cenotes also, so it's very worth it. Comfortable spot.

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There was nobody here when we arrived. Facilities looked nice with pool and restaurant. Didn't see the cenotes. But the lady running the place wanted $400/425 for a site without/with electric. She said the prices have gone up and all iOverlander prices posted are 2 years old. We didn't stay and went to Cenote Puebla Fantasma instead for $200 and it was awesome.

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el precio es ahora de 350 pmx con electricidad ... No tenemos aire acondicionado solo una pequena nevera pero el precio es tambien de 350 :(

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Nice please for a break. Quit even on weekends. Met other Overlanders too. WiFi really fast. Great pool with hammocks and a great cenote belong to this place. Spend 3 nights, 300 Pesos p. night for 2 people and a big rig. Entrance for 2 cenotes is included. Restaurant looks nice too, hadn't try the food. Friendly people.

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Nice place to spend the night outside of Valladolid. $300 pesos for two adults and two kids camping in truck camper with power and fast wifi. Need a long extension cable. Has a pool, shower and clean bathrooms. And so quiet! There is also a restaurant which we ate breakfast at. Cenotes are worth checking out.

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Great place to hang out some days! In one of the two cenotes you can swimm and both are beautiful to visit. The entrance is included in overnight fee. Restaurant, pool, restrooms an showers are clean and well maintained. Campsites behind the restaurant are under trees on gravel. We payed 300 Pesos per night for 2 peoples without electricity. WIFI is fast.

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Great place to hang out some days! In one of the two cenotes you can swimm and both are beautiful to visit. The entrance is included in overnight fee. Restaurant, pool, restrooms an showers are clean and well maintained. Campsites behind the restaurant are under trees on gravel. We payed 300 Pesos per night for 2 peoples without electricity. WIFI is fast.

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We paid 150 pesos for a motorcycle and a tent, it includes the cenotes. Clean Restroom with Toiletpaper, very fast internet and poweroutlets. It was very quiet and a nice spot between Merida and Tulum.

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We paid 150 pesos for a motorcycle and a tent, it includes the cenotes. Clean Restroom with Toiletpaper. It was very quiet and a nice spot between Merida and Tulum.

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We paid 150 pesos for a motorcycle and a tent, it includes the cenotes. It was very quiet and a nice spot between Merida and Tulum.

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Nice place. The cenote is beautiful but the water not so clear. The pool is big and there was no one except us. 250$ without electricity. Internet fast.

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This place is really great. We had lunch at the restaurant and it was delicious. The cenotes are amazing. One is for swimming and one is just to look at. Life jackets are required for the swimming cenote. Nice restrooms and a pool.

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Nice place in the shadow, power, water, restrooms, shower, restaurant, pool, two cenotes, one for swimming. wifi is working well in the restaurant, more or less one the parking lot. price was first 350.- pesos, but you can deal with them.

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Nothing special but a fair overnight spot. Entrance to the cenotes is included in camping fee. WiFi is ok , friendly staff.

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we stayed here one night. Paid 250p for our rig. Wi-Fi started out well them kept crapping out; fast when it worked. was better in the evening. nice pool.

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Camping not that bad. But the Cabanas were too expensive for what we got. The rooms were dirty inclouding the bed. The showers were cold and dirty too.
Price for Cabanas 750 Pesos per night
Proce of Camping for 2 Persons 250 Pesos per night

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this is a little cabanas hotel and restaurant with some space for vehicles to camps. the pool was awesome and the bathrooms pretty clean. the cenotes are great and it's awesome to go when the tour buses are not there have the place to yourself. they will run you power and there is water available to fill your tanks. we stayed here a week and really enjoyed it.

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Site was okay. 250m$ for parking and cenotes. We were asked to pay another 100 for electricity. When we camped no body else was there for night. Day tours left about 5

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Campground near the Suytun Cenotes. We paid M$250 for camping and entrance to the cenotes. Good WiFi!

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We had to explain a few times that we are on two motorbikes and thus do not have a campervan but a small tent, but when they understood we were allowed to camp two nights for 50mxp per person per night including entrance to the cenotes. It was a bit hard to find a suitable place for our tent, but mostly because the staff had to call the owner a few times to answer my questions. Cold shower, upgraded FAST wifi and great swimming pool. We visited in low season and were the only ones. Friendly staff, bar and restaurant on site.

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MX$50/person per night to tent camp. When I first asked about camping I think he thought I said we had a camper, he said it would be $250. When I explained that there would be two of us tent camping he asked the size of our car, when I told him it was small he said it would be MX$100 total for the night including access to the cenotes both days. Great spot and great cenote! The cenote was fairly quite however the camping/cabana area was very noisy late into the night, looked like a boy/girl scout retreat for the weekend and another group of Americans. Wifi is so slow that it is not usable. Restaurant closed at 6pm.

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We were two vehicles and 4 people, one of us opted to stay in the casita for $750, so they let the rest of us camp for free. Both cenotes are great, the one we swam in felt so nice after a hot day.

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We were able to negotiate the price down to 200 off season. The cenote wasn't the best one but the largest we had seen. The pool was a nice change.

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A hotel with two big Cenotes and a camping area in back. There was power out near the camping area. We had one giant Cenote to ourselves in the early morning. Cost was 250 pesos which included access to the Cenotes.

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- we paid 200 pesos for the two of us (we heard others paid 150 - there is no price list, go figure)
- included are showers (cold), pool and entrance to two cenotes (one had a lot of debris in the water, but the other one is actually very nice - completely underground)
- there is a restaurant, but the food wasn't that great

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Beautiful Cenote or Cenotes there are two, one being a normal "

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