Hacienda Kampepén is one of those places that just when you arrive you know you were right. Hacienda Kampepén offers in its facilities a window to the local culture and history and 3 cenotes that bring out the best smile on you.

Sometimes you arrive at places by intuition, and Hacienda Kampepén was that, a turn of the wheel on the road. I was photographing cenotes in the southeastern area of ​​Mérida, a 5-day escape through Yucatán. Hacienda Kampepén was the surprise visit of the itinerary, a success along the way.

cenotes hacienda kampepen

WHERE IS IT LOCATED AND HOW TO GO TO HACIENDA KAMPEPÉN

Hacienda Kampepén is located in the town of Homún, at the exit towards Sotuta. Homún is a town well known for its cenotes. Every time I visit Homún there is a new cenote that opened to the public, this area is very entertaining for those who like to cenote.

Discover the Cenotes of Homún with this guide

Homún is located 53 kilometers from Merida. Nowadays using Google Maps is very simple, you must put in the search engine «Hacienda Kampepén» and Saint Google it takes you.

  • BY CAR: from Mérida take the exit towards Valladolid-Cancún. After about 5 kilometers, there is a detour towards Acanceh. You must reach the town and continue towards Homún via Cuzamá. In 1 hour and a little more you arrive, there are 53 kilometers from Mérida.
  • BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT: you can go in trucks (buses) second class or collective (vans) that travel along Highway 180 leaving Mérida (you can also get there from Valladolid by this means). Bus leaves from the Northeast terminal of Mérida, street 67 x 52 and 50; hours 7:45, 9:15, 10:45, 12:30 and 14:30; it costs 35 pesos. Another option is to go by bus, they leave when they fill up in front of the same terminal, on Calle 67 and charge about 30 pesos. They take approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes.

WHAT DOES IT OFFER? HACIENDA KAMPEPÉN

We really liked the Hacienda Kampepén proposal, a very close tour of a part of the history of Yucatan. An old henequera hacienda that treasures 3 beautiful cenotes.

At the entrance, the old façade of the Hacienda awaits you, which transports you directly to another era. The Haciendas were an important part in the history of Yucatán. This place is an extraordinary walk where you can enjoy nature and learn about history in an entertaining way.

Hacienda Kampepén offers a route of 1 kilometer 200 meters. It is along marked paths that lead you through the different facilities of the Hacienda, with accurate information that helps you understand the history. The trail leads you through 3 cenotes that belonged to the Hacienda.

You can do the 1,2 kilometers in:

  • BICYCLE
  • WALKING

At the entrance they give you a small laminated map where you see all the points of the route. Simple, useful and very well done. We really liked the place, it is thought and done with a lot of love. Hacienda Kampepén improves the offer of the Homún cenotes.

Cenote Hacienda Kampepen, Homun, Yucatan
Cenote Hacienda Kampepen
Hacienda Kampepen
Cenote Hacienda Kampepen
Cenote Hacienda Kampepen, Homun, Yucatan

THE 3 CENOTES OF THE KAMPEPÉN HACIENDA

3 are the cenotes that you can visit at the Hacienda. The accesses to the 3 cenotes are comfortable and rustic, made of wooden stairs.

  1. CENOTE KIXNÉ: the first cenote of the tour is of the closed type, a cave where evidence of ancient ceremonies has been found. We remember that cenotes are still used as sacred places. It is a very beautiful cenote, with the water mirror forming a circle on the walls of the space.
  2. CENOTE CHENKÉ: an open cenote caramel with crystalline waters of turquoise tones that falls in love. the roots exquisitely adorn the cenote.
  3. CENOTE LA NORIA: what used to be the well of the former hacienda, is now a cave cenote enabled to enjoy the rich bath in its crystalline fresh waters.
Cenote Hacienda Kampepen, Homun, Yucatan
Cenote and Kixné grotto
Cenote Hacienda Kampepen, Homun, Yucatan
Cenote Chenké
Cenote Hacienda Kampepen
La Noria Cenote

SERVICES, SCHEDULES AND HACIENDA KAMPEPÉN PRICE

The facilities of the place, both in signaling, information and facilities are very good, they also comply with security protocols for the covid-19 pandemic.

  • FACILITIES: bathrooms and showers are very good, with this type of shower that regulates the amount of water. They include a vest for the cenotes and bicycles. They do not have restaurant service, but they do offer a food area where you can take your food and drinks
  • CAMPING: We liked the camping area a lot, with a barbecue that you can use. You can bring your food and drinks. They ask for 100 pesos per person.
  • NIGHT TOUR: they offer a night tour for 100 pesos per person that is interesting, I was left with the desire to see the place from another perspective.
  • SCHEDULES: every day of the year from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • PRICE: 100 pesos per person / 80 pesos children and seniors / children under 7 years old and people with disabilities enter free.

Contact Hacienda Kampepén. Telephone 988 103 5337

Cenote Hacienda Kampepen
Bathrooms Hacienda Kampepen

Undoubtedly the Hacienda Kampepén and its cenotes have become one of our favorites in Homún. Enjoy the place, it is one of those that is worth it. Congratulations to the administrators of the place, a great pleasure to have places like this in Yucatan.


Cenotes Hacienda Kampepén

LOCATION: Hacienda Kampepén cenote is located near the town of Homún, at the exit towards Sotuta.
HOW TO GO IN PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION? You can go in trucks (buses) second class or collective (vans) that travel along Highway 180 leaving Mérida, Valladolid or Piste. Bus leaves from the Northeast terminal of Mérida, street 67 x 52 and 50; hours 7:45, 9:15, 10:45, 12:30 and 14:30; it costs 35 pesos. Another option is to go by bus, they leave when they fill up in front of the same terminal, on Calle 67 and charge 30 pesos. The big bus takes between 1 hour and a little longer. Buses also arrive from Piste or Valladolid.
SCHEDULE AND SERVICES: they open from 10 in the morning to 5 in the afternoon daily.
PRICE: 100 pesos entrance to the cenote, includes bathrooms, changing tables, showers and vest. 80 pesos children and seniors / children under 7 years and people with disabilities enter free.
WHAT TO BRING? Light and light clothing, hat, insect repellent, sunscreen (use it after bathing), closed and comfortable shoes to protect you from insect bites, some water is always good. The swimsuit and a towel or sarong to dry off after bathing. It is a good option to wear a 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.

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Sandra Salvadó Training photographer, traveler by vocation and certified tourism guide by the Government of Mexico. We promote natural wonders and contemporary Mayan culture. Great fan of pre-Hispanic history. Author of the blog and co-founder of The Shortest Path Travel, agency that guides you through alternative paths in Mayan lands. Social and sustainable tourism in the Yucatan Peninsula and Chiapas.
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