Part of the classic tour. Refreshing on a hot day. Was crowded the day we were there. Toilets are primitive, but usable if you gotta go. If you bring a snorkel try to find the source of the spring, you can see it from above. No fish that I could see.
Great place to swim and also to climb a wooden tower to see the views. A little scruffy, where there had been a cafe that seemed to no longer be functioning. Crocodiles havve been seen in the vicinity - we saw a small one swimming in the sea.
We visited the lagoon as part of a 3 hour boat trip from Holbox and it was worth it! We enjoyed swimming in its crystal clear water- very refreshing from the hot and humid air. Smaller than many cenotes and safety rope now crosses it. You can feel the source of water bubbling up in the center of the Lagoon.
We went with a tour and I was so upset they gave such a little time because this place is beautiful!! You see the water coming out from the ground, the water is fresh, clear and with lots of fish. There is a little tower to see the grounds around it. What a bump you have to get there with...
Not really the biggest or the best Cenote I have been too but certainly the 10 pesos is well worth it to jump into the water where the fresh water comes out of the ground to form this pool, not too many places in the world you can do that
Granted the weather was pretty horrible, which no doubt colored our experience, but this is best described as a spring- or lagoon I guess. But many tour operators call it a cenote and if that is what you are expecting, you will be disappointed.