Sandy beach
No
Cliff jumping
No
Hike-in Required
No
Sensitive Habitat
No
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Cenote Hubiku lies in the center of a touristy commercial development that is a popular stop for tour busses returning from Ek Balam Archaeological Site. Lying about 18 kilometers north of the city of Valladolid, Hubiku also includes a buffet, a tequila museum (which is really just a place for tequila sampling), gift shops, and all of the amenities of a shopping center built to lure in travelers and tourists.

The cenote is large and clean, with lifeguards on staff and lockers and life jackets available. The cenote pool remains at a constant 20 degrees Celsius with a maximum depth of 27 meters, making it an occasional stop for divers as well.

Sunlight streams in through a large opening in the ceiling, and during the right hours of the day the water flows an eye-catching blue. At times, an artificial waterfall is turned on, and water streams down from the ceiling opening.

Cenote Hubiku is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Admission is MX$100 per person.

Logistics + Planning

Preferable season(s)

Winter
Spring
Summer
Fall

Parking Pass

Admission Fee

Open Year-round

Yes

Pros

Beautiful. Other entertainment options in the development.

Cons

Can get crowded.

Pets allowed

Not Allowed

Features

Covered picnic areas
Flushing toilets
Family friendly
Cave
Picnic tables

Location

Field Guide

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