Yokdzonot Cenote | Informal Campsite

Mexico

Details

Verified:
6 months ago
Altitude:
23.9 masl
Website:
None

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
Yes
Showers:
Cold
Water:
Natural Source
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
No
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Very nice place, great cenote for swimming and enjoy the nature. We spend the night at the parking lot just paying the entrance once, which is 60 pesos per person. (There is also whashrooms, restaurant and a place for tent camping but we didnt need to use them). Good alternative after visit Chichen Itza ruins, just 18 km west.

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intentamos entrar con nuestro perrito. en la recepción un pésimo atendimiento y cuando le pregunté si podía mascota, me dijo que la deje afuera amarrada en un árbol y ahí si se podía entrar. la señora fue bien rude. nos fuimos

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Beautiful cenote (80 pp) for a quick swim / outside showers. We slept a the parking in front of the cenote for free. I guess it is usually super calm but the village was having a huge party/corrida that night. La fiesta was on until 7am, so we didn’t slept much but had a great time with the locals !

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Very nuce cenote with a good restaurant and voran facilities. Entrance fee is now 80 ppp. Staying overnight in front of ticket office parking lot is possible and quiet at night.

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Great cenote where dogs are allowed (not in the water, but on the platform, yes). Very beautiful and refreshing. 70pp. Nice area around the cenote with a park for kids to play, a restaurant, toilets and a place to change. Haven’t slept there, but it seems like a good spot once the cenote is closed (at 5pm at least during winter). The only annoying things are the life jackets and the person watching while you swim.

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parking place in Front of Ticket Office, very helpful people. No electricity for our truck camper available. Cenote is great, refreshing cool water. After 7pm we were alone on parking lot.

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Great big cenote, but jacket mandatory !
Quiet night for free. It's just a parking lot, not more.
You can ask a special price for kids

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Très belle cenote,propre,restaurant coopératif à côté qualifié et prix très bien,parking en face nous dormirons avec notre fourgon😀

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arrived in the evening after closing time and camped for free. very quiet and safe place. early morning swim in the cenote was marvelous! but note, entry price is now 70 pesos. it's officially printed on the ticket. around 11:00 tourist busses started to come and we left.

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Went to have a look. For us, the weather/temperature is hot at night so we need to popup. We have a poptop/tent and did not like the setup there. We went back on our step taking a chance to have a look at cenote Chihuán in Holcá. Suited us better.

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We spent 60 pesos to get in to the cenote and were able to park across the street from the entrance. The park has bathrooms and outdoor showers and is open until about 1700-1730. Camping inside overnight is an option though not sure about the price.

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70 pesos for cenote and we asked if we can camp at the parking lot, free!

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Es un cenote de cielo abierto, es grande y con aguas cristalinas. nut hermoso.

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nice cenote, quiet night, not recommended for big rigs, just small gravel-parking-stripe next to the narrow access road
PRO: we were allowed to take out dog with into the little park around the cenote

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Parking cenote Yokdzonot gratuit, possibilite de se baigner dans un superbe cenote 60Mex par personne

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Very nice place, great cenote for swimming and enjoy the nature. We spend the night at the parking lot just paying the entrance once, which is 60 pesos per person. (There is also whashrooms, restaurant and a place for tent camping but we didnt need to use them). Good alternative after visit Chichen Itza ruins, just 18 km west.

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