The 7 Cenote Bocas is one of the beautiful cenotes that we find in the increasingly popular Ruta de los Cenotes, on the road that connects Puerto Morelos with Leona Vicario. Its name indicates the 7 vents to see the different faces of this cenote.

El Cenote 7 Bocas It is a cool place, both for divers and bathers. Its price is the only thing that is not attractive, being the most expensive in Ruta de los Cenotes. Riviera Maya tourist packages have made the area more expensive, where many cenotes have been turned into entertainment parks.

Paying for the entrance to a cenote 300 pesos is a sablazo, and more if you are not up to par in services with the price you give.

What matters is money here, the personality of the owner is captured
The personality of the owner is reflected in the posters

Cenote Seven Mouths of the Cenotes Route

The seven Bocas cenote has seven entrances as indicated by its name, seven vents. Some galleries are connected to each other and you can go swimming from one to another. This cenote allows you to enjoy the beauty of the place in a barbaric way.

You will see the roots of the trees looking for the fresh water of the cenotes, while you swim in front of a stalactite through a tunnel that leads you to another mouth. The magic of the reflection of the lights is spectacular. Remember that the zenith hours are the best for the lights.


Diving cenote 7 mouths

It would be very difficult to make a ranking of cenotes to dive because the entrails of this land are almost the most wonderful thing in the place. I think the 7 Bocas would be in a prominent place on the list, they have spoken wonders. The price is bad again, since the administration makes the entrance fee even for the dive guides, something that does not happen in the other cenotes, is an unwritten courtesy to the guides.


Services cenote siete Bocas

The cenote area is very well maintained, with women workers being gardening experts. The services of bathrooms, changing rooms and showers are rustic.

From the cenote 7 Bocas there is a road of about 8 kilometers to another open cenote, a path that you can travel by bicycle or ATV, as they begin to promote for 2017.

Complete guide with all the cenotes of the Route of the Cenotes

Cenote 7 Bocas

El 7 Bocas It is a space to enjoy jumps, tunnels, lights, roots and the occasional fish and bat.

Cenote 7 Bocas, on the Route of the Cenotes 1

Cenote 7 mouths, cenotes

LOCATION: the cenote 7 Bocas It is located on the road Puerto Morelos - Leona Vicario (known as Route of the Cenotes). The turn off to your right at Km 15.5. It is signposted. At 2 km by dirt road is the entrance. Puerto Morelos It is 36 km from Cancun and 68 from Playa del Carmen.
SCHEDULE AND SERVICES: from 8 to 17 daily. 300 mxn, 250 pesos with a Quintana Roo credential. The rent of the vest is 50 pesos and the mask other 50 pesos. Basic and rustic services. It has space enabled for barbecues.
HOW TO TRAVEL THE CENOTES ROUTE? You can walk it in car, contract taxi from Puerto Morelos o Leona Vicario (They will take you to the cenotes and wait for you. Tourism Agency (several agencies offer these cenotes), in bike (It is a route very used by cyclists, who also take advantage of dirt roads inside the jungle) or in public transport.
HOW TO GET IN PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION? There is a bus between Puerto Morelos and Leona Vicario that will leave you on the road: from here you will have to walk a few kilometers along a dirt road through cleared jungle until you find them. There are some very close to the highway such as Lucero Verde or Boca del Puma, others such as Kin Ha, Zapote or La Noria you must walk about 5 kilometers. The schedules of the groups de Puerto Morelos-Leona Vicar: 6 am, 7.15 am, 8.15 am, 12.15 pm, 13.15 pm, 15.15 pm, 17.15 pm, 18.15 pm, 20.15 pm. From Leona to Puerto: 7.15 am, 8.15 am, 9.15 am, 12.15 pm, 13.15 pm, 15.15 pm, 17.15 pm, 18.30 pm, 19.30 pm.
CHARACTERISTICS OF CENOTE: Cenote: 7 Bocas It is semi-open. Ideal for swimming and diving.
WHAT TO BRING? Light and light clothing, hat, insect repellent, sunscreen (use it after bathing), closed and comfortable shoes to protect yourself from insect bites, some water always goes well swimsuit and a towel or sarong to dry off after bathing. It is a good option to carry diving mask to better appreciate the place.
THE LAW OF THE GOOD CENOTERO: To avoid contaminating the delicate water of the cenotes, do not use body creams, or protectors, or repellents before entering them. Do not hang from the roots of the trees or touch the stalactites or do any other idiocy that damages the place.
ACCOMMODATION: it seems an interesting option to stay in this area of ​​living jungle. Options like Jolie Jungle (we have stayed and treated us wonderfully), the House Cenote Popol Vuh in the cenote of this same name, the Roots of Heaven and the new and recommended Cheél Lodge Ecológico. All are great options for sleeping in the jungle, you will hardly have internet signal and you will be in a different environment than usual, to connect directly with your environment.
Alternatively stay in Puerto Morelos, where you find more variety and cheaper prices.

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