Tulum Vacation Tip – Great cenote for kids

Posted April 17, 2014 by Kay Walten in Family vacations,Riviera Maya Activities

great cenote for the kids in the Rivera Maya

Cenote Cristalino is a natural sink hole with fresh water and easy entries that is perfect your families first centoe experience. Unlike other cenotes, Cenote Cristalino is shallow, full of vegetation, and does have some fish to excite your new little snorkelers. Located just south of Tulum, Cenote Cristalio is easy to get to and will have your kids amazed by the natural playgrounds the RIviera Maya has to offer. The family who owns the cenote have a small store for snacks, and snorkel equipment for rent.

Learn more about cenotes in the Riviera Maya and make your family vacation a special one!





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