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What to expect from this local experience?

Cenotes are common in the Yucatan Peninsula. Only a few have the chance to experience it in the evening.

You can swim in a beautiful lit cenote, have a romantic Yucatecan dinner with candlelight in it and watch a traditional Maya ceremony.


ciudad de valladolidIn the early evening we´ll bring you in a small group to a beautiful lit cenote that has the largest stalactite 
in Yucatan and about 80 stalactites and stalagmites. The local expert will give you some background information of Xibalba, the Mayan underworld. You´ll have the chance to swim in the sacred waters of this cenote.

Maya ceremony

ciudad de valladolidThere will be a Maya ritual to purify us, as Xibalba is a very sacred place.


ciudad de valladolidThis is unique. Having dinner in a cenote with candlelight. Enjoy the regional food we´ve prepared for you with tortillas made by hand by the locals.



06:00 pm – 06:25 pm

Meeting main square center Valladolid

06:25 pm – 07:00 pm

To the cenote

07:00 pm – 07:40 pm

Explanation Mayan underworld

07:40 am – 08:10 pm


08:10 pm – 08:30 pm

Mayan Ceremony

08:30pm – 09:20pm

Lunch cenote

09:20pm – 10:00pm

Drop off your hotel/Airbnb in Valladolid

Price: 69 usd per person.

Includes: pick-up service main square and drop off your hotel/Airbnb Valladolid, transport with a.c., entrance cenote, local guide in English/Spanish, dinner, maya ceremony, taxes.

Not included: drinks, gratuities


We recommend you to make a reservation by sending us an  e-mail.

Payment for booking is with Transferwise or Paypal, up to 1 week before the tour. Only cash at arrival for due amount. More details in ‘Contact’.

We don’t get commissions in the places we visit! We don’t bother you with stopping at shops to let you buy souvenirs. So you will pay a correct price.

Recommended for all ages

You can change clothes at the cenote.

We recommend you to bring:


  • Comfortable clothes
  • Sport shoes or sandals
  • Sunscreen
  • Bug repellent
  • Cap
  • Sunglasses
  • Swimsuit
  • Towel
  • Rain jacket
  • Bottle of water
  • Backpack
  • Camera
  • Cash in pesos to pay the entrances
  • Good humor

*We recommend you not to apply insect repellent or sunscreen before entering the cenotes

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