Cenote Noh-Mozon | Informal Campsite

Mexico

Details

Last Visited: over 2 years ago
GPS: 20.62328, -89.38466
Altitude: 3.3 masl
Place Website:

Amenities

Electricity: No
Wifi: No
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: No
Water: Natural Source
Toilets: Pit Toilets
Big Rig Friendly: No
Tent Friendly: Unknown
Pet Friendly: Unknown

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Description

beautiful and big cenote dome. general entrance fee is 30 pesos per person. if you arrive after "business hours" (sunset) and leave early you won't have to pay for sleeping overnight. cenote is not well known for guiding tours, only locals were snorkeling with us. although I heard guiding tours from Merida want to use this cenote more and more for their clients. update: we stayed two nights and had to pay for the last one as we didn't bother leaving before noon when the cashier finally arrived

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We tried to visit this Cenote, planning on camping here as well. We were stopped by a guy who tried to charge us 100pesos pp to visit the cenote and an extra 100pesos pp to camp - 400 in total! We told him it was too much and turned around. It was on remembrance day so maybe thought they could charge extra.

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we didn't stay the night but we did visit this cenote and it was a big favourite of ours! beautiful waters, places to jump from, stunning reflections and lights. there are toilets there and a gazebo to rest in the shade. costs 40pesos person to visit, not sure if extra to camp. requires going on a dirt road for 4km but easy for any car to do it, and will need to open 4 livestock gates and close them behind you too. must visit if wanting to enjoy a cenote near Merida!

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The guard wanted us to paid 150pesos for the day and the night. Said it was the price for 2 days. We refused and only stayed the day for 70pesos/2pers.
Otherwise, very nice place. Water's great and there are couple Turquoise-browed Motmot which are nesting inside de Cenote.
Road to go there defenitely no big rig friendly. Our 2m wide, 2.75m high camper has scratches all over.

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We try to reach that cenote, with the help of google map, via the village of Pixya. Did not make it to a cenote. About 3km after the village, we reach a set of gates that control some livestock, there we turn around. There is a cenote under the village hacienda. There is also two others cenotes on the other side of the village :cenote nahya and cenote suem. and if you follow that trail, you'll see a sign for cenote noh mosun ???!!! (we did not follow that trail as we were heading for Sabacché)

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Huge cenote, its scary to go down!but it really worth it!
Paid 40$ per personn and we aSk for camp there and he said it was 35$ per personn.
Not big rig friendly

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beautiful and big cenote dome. general entrance fee is 30 pesos per person. if you arrive after "business hours" (sunset) and leave early you won't have to pay for sleeping overnight. cenote is not well known for guiding tours, only locals were snorkeling with us. although I heard guiding tours from Merida want to use this cenote more and more for their clients. update: we stayed two nights and had to pay for the last one as we didn't bother leaving before noon when the cashier finally arrived

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