The Magic Town of Valladolid has a perfect destination to visit, the Cenote Samula in Yucatán, México
The Magic Town of Valladolid has a perfect destination to visit, the Cenote Samula, a wonderful place that you should know
The Magic Town of Valladolid has a perfect destination to visit, the Cenote Samula
The Cenote Samula is located in the Magical Town of Valladolid, in the state of Yucatan, just one kilometer from Dzitnup.
Discovering this place is quite an experience, since it is a beautiful underground cavern that will surprise you with its natural beauty and the spaciousness of the place. It is very important to note that the residents have cooperated with the cleaning and the access roads, since they are the ones who have been in charge of keeping it in excellent condition.
During the journey to reach the cenote you will be able to find various craft stalls typical of the region and you will undoubtedly enjoy the wonderful tour.
Access to the cenote is by stairs made of stone, upon entering you will find a first level that allows you to see from the top the spectacular beauty of the place, its immensity will leave you amazed, already on the second level you can admire it from another angle and for Lastly, you will go down to discover a small platform where you can swim, snorkel and if you like the extreme, take a few dives in the deepest part of the cenote.
If you do not have the equipment you will not have to worry since here you will find places where they rent you the necessary equipment to enter the cenote.
The Cenote has extremely crystalline waters, of a turquoise blue hue that are illuminated by a hole in the upper part of the cavern where you can admire how the roots of a tree hang from it that has been cut on the surface but is still alive thanks to the fact that the water continues to feed it, you will admire the fish that live here and clearly see where its low and deep parts are, without any risk here you can cool off and enjoy this underground cenote.
Location of Cenote Samula
It is located 159 kilometers from the city of Mérida, taking the Valladolid Cancún highway.