There are several cenotes where to camp in Yucatan that allow us to access the luxury of having an exclusive cenote. It is one of the experiences that we recommend

Cenotes are natural treasures that have been growing in popularity. This has made the tourist offers in the cenotes increase year after year, increasing the offer and variety of proposals to enjoy these spaces. There is the possibility of camping in cenotes, something within reach of all budgets and a luxurious experience.

Another option to sleep in cenotes is in cabins, where they often have a camping area as well. Don't miss out on these unique opportunities that will enrich your trip.

11 cabins to sleep in cenotes in the Yucatan peninsula

CENOTES WHERE TO CAMP IN YUCATÁN

Just the fact of waking up and having a cenote just for you, is something that you will surely take as a unique experience. Nature and adventure tourism is a great opportunity in the Yucatan peninsula. That we know how to enjoy the good, always taking care of the environment.

With camping in many, they allow you access to the cenote at no extra cost.

1- CAMPING IN CENOTE YOKDZONOT, YOKDZONOT

One of the girls of our eyes, this cenote is an example of administration by the local cooperative that has run it since 2005. They have a camping area set up and toilets and showers are available to you.

CAMPING PRICES: they rent tent huts for 4 people for 250 pesos. If you bring your house they charge you 150 pesos per person

COMPLETE INFORMATION 👉 Yokdzonot cenote

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2- CAMPING IN CENOTE YAXCABALTUN, HOMÚN

Another possibility of several cenotes where to camp is in the town of Homún. You find cenotes with cabins and a tent. Homún is the perfect base for other activities in the area, a good idea is to travel the area by bike to the Yalahau lagoon, where you will find other cenotes and caves.

CAMPING PRICES: camping is 150 pesos per person.

COMPLETE INFORMATION 👉 Cenote Yaxcabaltun

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3- CAMPING IN CENOTE SECRETO MAYA, YALCOBÁ

The beautiful open cenote surrounded by nature is an ideal place to camp and enjoy nature. If you like, they also have comfortable Mayan-style cabins. It is located in the Yalcobá area, where you find very beautiful cenotes to camp.

CAMPING PRICES: 150 pesos for camping

COMPLETE INFORMATION 👉 Secret Mayan cenote

cenotes where to camp

4- CAMPING IN CENOTE XCANAHALTUN, YALCOBÁ

Another beautiful cenote where you can camp in the Yalcobá area where you can savor nature. Xcanahaltun is a place full of very good memories, among them I camped with my companions and friends from the guide diploma doing field practices.

CAMPING PRICES: 250 pesos per person

COMPLETE INFORMATION 👉 cenote Xcanahaltun

cenotes where to camp in Yucatan

5- CAMPING IN CENOTE HACIENDA KAMPEPÉN, HOMÚN

Hacienda Kampepén we loved it. The camping area is located inside this old hacienda that offers a journey of 1 kilometer and a little more through 3 wonderful cenotes, as well as a walk through the history of the haciendas in Yucatan. Good facilities and services, they have a grill.

CAMPING PRICES: 100 mxn per person

COMPLETE INFORMATION 👉 cenote Hacienda Kampepén

cenotes where to camp in Yucatan

6- CAMPING IN CENOTE CHUNKUY, CUZAMÁ

The cenote with the largest vault that we know in the Cuzamá area, something very impressive. Good facilities and services that make your stay better. Between Cuzamá and Homún there are dozens of cenotes, an incredible place to explore cenotes.

CAMPING PRICES: 70 mxn per person, 115 pesos camping and access to the cenote

COMPLETE INFORMATION 👉 Chunkuy cenote

7- CAMPING IN CENOTE DZONOTOCH, TIZIMÍN

There are cenotes where you can camp that are not very touristy, such as the Dzonotoch cenote, a local cenote near Sucilá. Surely you will be only on weekdays in this quiet place, with the cenote for you, luxury. They have a grocery store and palapas to eat.

CAMPING PRICES: you can camp for 50 mxn per person

COMPLETE INFORMATION 👉 Dzonotoch cenote

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There are many more cenotes where you can camp in the Yucatan Peninsula, these are some examples. We recommend that if you are interested in the activity of camping in cenotes, ask directly to the cenote you chose to visit and ask them. There are many who provide this service.

Remember to ask about the services they offer, so you will know what to bring.

Good way,

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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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