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Cenote Popol Vuh is a beautiful open-air body of water located in the Mayan jungle, perfect for enjoying nature and tranquility. We offer accommodation, camping areas, monthly events like “La Lunada,” and the opportunity to swim under the moonlight.
We offer a wide range of services, including accommodation in newly remodeled rooms, a camping area, and the organization of monthly events called “La Lunada.” Additionally, we provide a unique environment for swimming in the cenote, especially at night under the moonlight, with ambient lighting.
We organize monthly events like “La Lunada,” and we are also open to private events such as weddings, birthdays, retreats, and more. Our natural setting provides a perfect backdrop for a variety of celebrations.

Our operating hours are from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. For special events like “La Lunada,” the hours may vary and will be announced specifically for each event.

Yes, we allow visitors to bring their own food and drinks. We have designated eating areas and grills available for your use.
We offer different rates for adults, children, nationals, and Quintana Roo residents. There are also special packages for camping and private cenote rental. Details of the fees are available on our website and at the cenote’s reception.
  • Access to the cenote, restaurant, and recreational areas such as volleyball, zip line, and more.
  • Use of facilities such as bathrooms, showers, and parking.
  • Permission to bring non-alcoholic food and drinks.
You can make reservations by contacting us directly through our website, email, or by phone. Contact details and a reservation form are available on our website.
We have newly remodeled rooms available for accommodation. Each room has unique features and is designed to provide comfort and a close-to-nature experience.
Yes, we offer space for private events such as weddings, birthdays, and retreats. For more information, please contact our team.
  • Respect operating hours.
  • The use of sunscreens and tanning oils is prohibited in the cenote.
  • Wearing a life jacket is mandatory.
  • Pets and excessive consumption of alcohol or drugs are prohibited from entering.