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Riviera Maya: Kantun Chi Cenotes, Snorkel & Jungle Hiking

Activity provider: Ecopark Kantun Chi

Riviera Maya: Kantun Chi Cenotes, Snorkel & Jungle Hiking

Activity provider: Ecopark Kantun Chi

From US$ 56.40 per person

Hike through the jungle with a local tour guide and enjoy the mysticism that surrounds the natural environment as you visit five beautiful Cenotes. Witness a location inhabited by the ancient Mayans and enjoy a snorkel in your very own private Cenote.

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Duration 4 hours
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Live tour guide
English, Spanish


  • Hike through the Mayan jungle with a tour guide
  • Visit 5 Cenotes and marvel their beauty
  • Swim in a private Cenote
  • Enjoy a delicious Mexican Lunch
  • Practice with snorkels and kayaks
Full description

Start your day as you arrive at Kantun Chi nature park. Receive a brief introduction from your trusty guide before grabbing your equipment and setting off on your activity.

Your tour guide will take you through the mystical jungle to discover the different Cenotes that you can admire and walk around. Hike through the park as you learn about the flora and fauna and listen to stories told by your guide about how the ancient Mayans lived in this area.

While on your tour, visit a gum museum where you can discover the elaborate process of making "Chicle" (Gum). You'll also get to visit an "Adoratorium", a location where the Mayans conducted ceremonies for their Gods.

When you arrive at the last Cenote, feel free to jump in for a refreshing swim. You can also spend this time snorkeling or kayaking. At the end of your adventure, take some time for a traditional Mexican lunch based on Yucatecan cuisine.

  • Bilingual Guide
  • Snorkel and Kayak equipment
  • Access to 5 cenotes
  • Access to Gum Museum and Mayan Adoratorium
  • Mexican Lunch
  • Lockers
  • Resting Areas
  • Transportation
  • Access to the Underground River
  • Gratuities (Optional)
  • Alcoholic drinks at the restaurant or extra food
Not suitable for
  • Wheelchair users
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask
  • You will receive a mandatory temperature check

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Important information

What to bring

  • Passport or ID card
  • Swimwear
  • Change of clothes
  • Towel
  • Water shoes
  • Comfortable shoes

Not allowed

  • Sunscreen
  • Cooler
  • Speakers

Know before you go

  • Participants will be required to take a shower upon arrival at the park
Customer reviews

Overall rating

5 /5

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Woww De verdad, este cenote se ha convertido en mi favorito =) Un cenote en donde no esta super lleno de turistas, esta super limpio, muy bien organizado, excelente restaurant con buena comida, un staff bilingue muy amigable, y el echo de que con un boleto puedas visitar 5 cenotes a la vez esta padrisimo. Tiene varios lugares para descanzar, tomar increbles fotos, varios baños accesibles, kayaks, tours guidaos con gente muy ptofessional, etc. Yo vivo aqui y he visitado varios cenotes y te puedo decir que este es mi favorito y muy cerca de Playa del Carmen. Cenote Kantun Chi sera el cenote que mas recomendare a todos mis amigos y familia que visiten. Regresaremos muy pronto! =)

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September 28, 2022

Magical is the right word for this tour! We visited 5 cenotes, all of which were just incredible. Some are completely open; some cavernous, some half/half. The grounds and facilities are pristine; staff friendly and welcoming - including our guide, Valentino. He gave us great information on how cenotes are formed, the different types, and pointed out interesting things during our walk through the jungle to reach each one - like the native "chewing gum" trees. The walk is easy - my husband & I did it in flip-flops, although we did see others wearing water shoes or sneakers. I really like the format of this tour. It starts with a guided walk & introduction to each one, then you reach the 5th cenote which is entirely private for just your group (in our case it was just us and 1 other couple). After, the guided part is over and you can hop around to any of the other cenotes, as well as enjoy included lunch, at your leisure.

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September 28, 2022

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