Cenote SAC-AUA in Dzalbay

Extraordinary natural formation, where tourists delight in the vagaries of the petreos located in the Yucatan Peninsula. Dzalbay is a village where its inhabitants have settled for many years in the eastern region of Valladolid city. The Cenote Sac-Aua is different from the other cenotes as it has an island in its central part surrounded by crystal clear water.

When you arrive at the place you will be welcomed by their carers in a palapa that works as a restaurant, they will guide you along a road very well delimited between the mountain welcoming you and making you enjoy the experience. You can rent a bike if you want to get there fast as if you have to walk about 15 minutes to get to the place. Before arriving at the entrance of the cenote you will be amazed by its showers decorated with images of walnut trees, snakes and corn, something you will not see anywhere else.

When you get close then you will see a huge hole in the ground with a handrail of wood that helps to prevent accidents, if you go to the left you will see the wooden stairs in a staggered way that you will come down to the island of windblown sand smooth where there are plants living in it.

All part of the mainland of the Cenote Sac-Aua is sheltered by stones to prevent it to mix with the water and this is kept crystal clear.

This cenote has a depth of between 1 to 12 meters and a diameter of 90 meters, its crystal waters of green color let you see the stalactites that have formed inside and that allow you to rest in them while enjoying the freshness of its waters.

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In this place you can perform several activities such as:

  • Rappel
  • Bike rides
  • Kayaking
  • Walking paths

It also has:

  • Restaurant
  • Kitchen
  • Dining room
  • Showers
  • Bath
  • Parking

The cost of access is $ 100 pesos for foreigners and $ 70 pesos for nationals.

100 peso = 5 US dollars

70 peso = 3.5 US dollars

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