Discover the mistery of the cenotes and visit one of the most beutiful sandy beach that is the only turtle nesting sanctuary in the Riviera Maya. Our adventure starts riding our bikes from chemuyil my home town to visit 3 cenotes of the community, about 10 minuts riding our bikes we will get to the first cenote where we will go for cliff diving, swimming and some snorkeling also you can just sit dow and put your feet in the water to wait for the littles fish get to you and make a pedicure to you, after this fun stop we going to keep riding our bikes to go for the second cenote where we going to be cooling off for a little while, finishing this cenote we will continue to ride our bikes for about 10 more minutes to go visit and swimm in one of the nicest sandy and protected for the federal lows beachs around tulum considered the only sea turtles sanctuary in the whole Riviera Maya where hundreds of sea turtles arrive to lay their eggs in the season from may to september, I will explain a little bit about it also you can snorkel if you want there is a small reef, the third cenote we will stop by to rinse off the salt water to get back to my home town chemuyil where unfortunately and sadly we will be finishing our adventure day but also I can recomend you a small restaurant where you can have a great lunch. Enjoy the experience of local cenotes and beach time at the same day.
Hi, my name is Didier, I live for more than 20 years in the area, you will enjoy the heart of the riviera maya and its surroundings, I will share my knowledge about the Mayan culture, and its surroundings as well as the cenotes and language, I enjoy doing it every day, and to prevent the Mayan culture and its environment from being important in the Mayan Riviera.
bikes, bottles of water and entrece fees.
We going to be in chemuyil town, a very small local place inhabited by mayan people where you will be very welcome. Join me and explore the cenotes and the sea turtles sanctuary of this community (the cenotes and beach we visit are not commercial places it is where the locals we go).
make sure to bring cap or hat, sunglasses and extra dry clothes, we will be swimming in the cenotes.
Visiting Cenotes & Local Beach