Cenote Hacienda San Antonio, Homun | Informal Campsite

Mexico

Details

Verified:
6 months ago
Altitude:
12.2 masl
Contributor:
Steffi @ Robert

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
Yes - Average
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
Yes
Showers:
Yes
Water:
Non-Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Description

This cenote is fairly new. They just opened in July 2015 to public.
Owner, Paco, welcomes travelers and Choco is the guard who is alwalys there, Shower and bathroom available. This cenote apparently is on of the 7 real cenotes, holy places to Mayan, as stalagmite and stalactite touch in the cenote. This part is not open to public.
They charge for camping 25 pesos. Entrance to the Cenote is 25 pesos/ Person

In the evening we went to town to see celebration of Mexicans most famous Virgen Guadalupe

Cordinates are not 100% right
correct onces:
20°44'541"N 89°16'374"W
Go through town until plaza, continue straight on highway 10 (coming from Cozuma), direction to Huhi, until you reach a basketball field on your left. Look for signs. Take a left. after 500 m aprx. you will reach entrance gate. Signs are small.
Cenote San Antonio
between Calle 8 and 11

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preguntamos si podíamos venir con mascota, nos dijeron que si, solo que no puede entrar al agua, pagamos y cuando fuimos entrar nos dijeron que el perro no podía estar ahí, nos tuvimos que ir y no nos quisieron devolver el dinero. pésimo atendimiento

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Really nice quiet place to camp. Road is bumpy getting here. 25 pp to camp and 35pp to enter cenote. If you want to swim they will make you pay another 15 pesos per person for a life jacket unless you have your own. You can't swim without one they told us.
They have clean baños and where friendly.

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The cenote is nice, its probably not the best one we visited but it has some unique features. There are huge cracks below it where it seems to go really deep and there is a cave further back where you can swim quite a few meters in. It gets pretty dark (even though there is artificial light) and you cannot see anything below you which is kinda eerie.

We were pleasently surprised by camping/restaurant. Big good outdoor shower and pretty new bathrooms. The restaurant is great! Menu with pictures (for people like us that still cant distinguish the names after months of being here) with really fair prices. It includes vegetarian & vegan menus and they do not use any plastic. Awesome!

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We were a little disappointed with this cenote, it’s a full dome and artificially lit, but there is a cool cave you can swim to on the other side. Didn’t capture us like others have. Staff were nice, we decided to move on to others in the area. Gate is 3.1m but be aware there are electrical lines hanging down after the gate, likely around 2.8m, which we were able to move out of the way with the help of a broom and chair. $35pp entrance.

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Such a gem! The staff here are super friendly. The cenote is a dream. Especially on a hot day. The restaurant was fantastic. I highly recommend the poc-chuc. WiFi was average and consistent. Recommend.

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Awesome spot to stay in Homun! Lots of space for parking, shaded areas, good facilities, wifi. The restaurant is very good as well, tasty local food for good prices. The family is very nice and welcoming too. And the cenote beautiful! Highly recommended!!

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Awesome spot, bring your snorkel gear they have tiny little cave tunnels to swim in! Clean bathrooms & open shower and palapas at the restaurant and a quiet parking area to sleep. 25pp for camping 35 pp for cenote.

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Prices seem to be going up: 35 pesos per person to see the cenote now!
This was OK for the price I guess but nothing much to do after swimming there for an hour or so.
One of the kids was really nice and gave us a small tour and told us about the history of the place.
Did not stay overnight so not sure about any of the facilities or the prices.
Entrance is quite tight, we barely fit with our RV. Not suitable for big rigs, though you can still park outside.

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Nice cenote! It is 30 pesos/pers entry fee and 50 pesos/pers for camping. The toilets are clean. There were a lot of local people in the restaurant on sunday.

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Great place! Just 30 pesos p/p with option to camp inside for 25 pesos or outside for free. Equaly safe. Just say you come from iOverlander! Bathroom, showers, wifi and restaurant - bar.

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The entrance at the underground cenote is now 30 pesos/pers as the open cenote in the center of Valladolid) but it is much cheaper than other private cenotes (80 pesos near valladolid, 200 pesos in Akumal near Playa del carmen)

Overnight inside the Gate of the hacienda is 25pesos more/ pers. There is a guard overnight. No shadow on the parking lot but the palapa is cool and you have free wifi.

The Gate is about 2.50 meters large and We couldn't enter because of the Awning so We parked outside for Free .

The owner Pedro is very friendly, the Yucatán coffee cost 20 pesos and is really great as the large pizza you can buy for 80 pesos at his restaurant named Peter's and located in the pueblo. The cenote restaurant is more expensive but If you ask Him, i m sure Pedro can make you test local Puuc choc for a good price.

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Cenote-gruta en donde se puede pasar la noche solo abonando la entrada al cenote, que es de 25 pesos mexicanos. Cuentan con wifi también! Don Pedro y su familia son muy gentiles y esforzados en ayudar al viajero y conocer sus orígenes, así como también compartir sus historias y la historia de el pueblo en donde viven.

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Nice place. Entrance to the Cenote is 25 pesos and camping is 25 pesos too. The restaurant has tasty local food. Ideal for refresh and eat after a sunny morning.

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This is a place where locals and people from surrounding areas come for a meal and swim. The restaurant is very nicely decorated. The cenote is small but good for a swim. There is plenty of space to park and it is easy to reach.
From now on there is 25pp entry fee and 25pp fee for staying overnight in your car. For that money you can use wifi and toilets.

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This place is in wrong location - it is located at 20.74262, -89.27284

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Hosts are friendly. We parked in front of the restaurant. Entrance to the cenote is 25 pesos per people. Overnight-stay is for free. Restrooms and cold showers are ok.

I corrected the coordinates. Now it's ok and you will find it.

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Not our favorite Cenote. We went to a really beautiful one right before, so we were unimpressed with this one. We came for the "good wifi", it was much better then most of Mexico, but the environment was not what we were looking for, as far as chilling for a few days to work, and play in a Cenote. Camping was free, payed 25p each to check out the Cenote. Dogs ok, but not in Cenote. Restaurant open, food looked good, fair prices, did not eat there. Flushing toilets and outside shower.

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Very nice cenote. 25pp, camping for free. Very nice family including restaurant and wifi.

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we payed 75pesos/pers for camping and cenote.
really narrow stairs leads in to a cenote - impressiv! the campplace is in a parkingspot surrounded of earthy terrain and some leftovers/wreckages of a hacienda. they have wifi.

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This cenote is fairly new. They just opened in July 2015 to public.
Owner, Paco, welcomes travelers and Choco is the guard who is alwalys there, Shower and bathroom available. This cenote apparently is on of the 7 real cenotes, holy places to Mayan, as stalagmite and stalactite touch in the cenote. This part is not open to public.
They do not charge for camping, just entrance fee 25 MXN/ Person

In the evening we went to town to see celebration of Mexicans most famous Virgen Guadalupe

Cordinates are not 100% right
correct onces:
20°44'541"N 89°16'374"W
Go through town until plaza, continue straight on highway 10 (coming from Cozuma), direction to Huhi, until you reach a basketball field on your left. Look for signs. Take a left. after 500 m aprx. you will reach entrance gate. Signs are small.

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