Cenotes Hacienda Mucuyché

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From Mérida: Hacienda Mucuyché and Cenotes Tour

1. From Mérida: Hacienda Mucuyché and Cenotes Tour

Discover the landscapes and cenotes of Hacienda Mucuyché, a former estate and plantation. Wander through the partially-restored buildings, and admire the Arabic and French-style architecture. Soak up the atmosphere in the dining room, the stables, the chapel, and the engine room. Change into your swimwear experience swimming in clear waters of this hacienda's cenotes. Jump into Cenote Carlota, surrounded by lush vegetation. Cool off in the Blue Cenote, a pool within a cave covered in stalactites. At the end of your tour, get dropped off back in Mérida.

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Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 4 reviews

Everything went like clockwork with the transportation. We waited a short amount of time to get a bilingual guided group. The tour was great and we learned a lot about Hacienda culture from Guil. This particular place has Cenotes that are connected (I was pleasantly surprised that it was more than a quick dip in the pool) and we traversed from the initial Cenote where we entered, through a cave passage, through a canal, into another Cenote which also had a very large, completely underground area with incredible stalactites and stalagmites. After spending some time in the underground area we returned to the second Cenote and went back to the start via a pathway. This was an incredible experience, much more than we initially expected. Our guide Guil was excellent, full of information about the Haciendas and Cenotes.

This place is amazing. Depending on the day and time you're there, it might be a bit too touristic. You're also only allowed in the cenotes with a guide, so you're a bit more adventurous, this might but be for you. But if you don't mind it, or if you're lucky to be with a small group, this place is absolutely beautiful

Amazing experience <3!!! Highlight of our 16-day roundtrip in Mexico. We were the first to go into the Cenote and had it all to ourselves, so we could really enjoy the beauty of the Cenote to its fullest. Our guide Luis was very nice and funny. Would definitely recommend.