This is a very popular open cenote just steps from the Caribbean in Tankah Bay. Surrounded by mangroves, this cenote has both fresh and salt water fish, and in days gone past manatees lived in this location. This is a personal favorite place for a great day, and we love diving here. This is an environmentally diverse location that will capture you. Across the street from this cenote is the Caribbean Sea, where you can snorkel and see more sealife. This is the only cenote where you can experience both sea and cenote in one location.
Located in Tankah Bay, it is possible to take public transportation to the road that leads to the cenote but be prepared for a long walk in. We suggest using a taxi or renting a car to get to this cenote, unless you are lucky enough to have rented a vacation home in this precious location.
You can swim, snorkel, kayak, paddle board and dive in this cenote. Dive trips are with a local guide only, but all other equipment can be rented on site. Across the street from the cenote is a popular local restaurant called Casa Cenote, known for its Texas BBQ and great ceviche. There is a bar, it is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and over looks the Caribbean Sea.