Cenote Cristalino, Playa del Carmen

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#55 of 213 in Outdoors in Playa del Carmen
Swim in Cenote Cristalino, an open-air cenote with clear blue water. Bring snorkeling gear to view interesting rock formations and the tiny minnows swimming around, or to explore the small half-cave underwater. Enjoy the peaceful atmosphere of the spot (rarely crowded, except on Sundays), have a picnic, or try diving from the 4 m (12 ft) cliff into the deep water. Work out when and for how long to visit Cenote Cristalino and other Playa del Carmen attractions using our handy Playa del Carmen travel route planner.
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  • In addition to the Mayan ruins on the Yucatan Peninsula is one of the more famous, but it's not exactly Cenote. Only 2,400 in the Yucatan area known as the gaeraji Cenote is over 6,000 dog story real. Generally, I think that would be cool, but the Yucatan Cenote of groundwater temperature just 25 degrees and only water culminated a glistening green hues. Hotel La Playa del Carmen El jardin Del Eden passion employees referred to me as he closed the day on Saturday, but in relation to what's been a shop .. Cristalino The result is a satisfied!! An entrance fee of 100 pesos for adults, kids, Cristalino is 70 pesos. Divers or professional photographer who receives more the price of admission. Sitting on the floor of the Dr. fish, or stand on the precipice of the natural height of the diving dive 6M. Encountered several little puddles if you want to choose a quiet secluded pools and enjoy sending. It was the most powerful in Mexico travel activities. In South Korea, a non-existent natural tourist attraction, you can experience the Cenote. And. .. Cristalino is a small small quiet and family atmosphere you can feel good
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  • After walking around Tulum in the heat of the day we met a friend here. It was inexpensive to get in and worth every peso! He highly recommended we visit this cenote and we were not disappointed. The ...  more »
  • Had a wonderful experience here hanging out and jumping from the cliff. We got there early and there were only 3 other people there total.  more »
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  • Very clean nice public Cenote. Very affordable for a wonderful experience. This was really fun local stop. A much more reasonable than the private and the experience was so much fun... Iguanas, cliff jumping, deep clear waters, snorkle and goggles available. 150 pesos ($8 us) per adult for a much more authentic Mexican experience!
  • Catch the collectivo and head down to this cool cenote. Bathrooms, changing rooms, beach chairs etc available. Nice little 10 food drop off to jump into if your into this sort of thing. Water is clear, with lots of little freshwater fish that nibble your toes
  • Beautiful cenote that is just by the side of the highway. Very easy to access and not at all crowded the day wenl visited. Also had a platform for those that enjoy diving into the water.
  • Very pretty spot, expect a lot of friendly locals and a simple Cenote experience. 100 pesos compared to the 600 pesos price close by. Cheaper but simpler
  • This was our second favorite cenote that we visited in the Yucatan (Oxman was our first). Super clear water, some beautiful features (like a small opening in the tree roots one can swim through, a cave, and a ledge to jump from into the water), and it had some pretty nicely colored fish in there as well. A great snorkeling spot. It had amenities in all the right ways--not badly priced food available (even fish food to attract the fish to you!), bathrooms, and your life vest was included with your stay. It was a cool spot we returned to again after seeing Azul and finding it crowded to the max with people.

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