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Boca Paila Road km 10
Tulum beach road
Towards Sian Kaan reserve 1km before the stone arch entrance to the reserve
Cenote Encantado Location: Tulum beach road (Boca Paila), (you turn right... not towards the pyramids) 1km before the arch (entrance to Sian Kaan Bioreserve) look on right side (beach is on left as you go south towards Sian Kaan)
We are across the street from "Rancho San Eric". Look for the Cenote Encantado sign. Besides Maya Cabañas
|What's included at Cenote Encantado|
Camping at Cenote Encantado is easy!
From December 15 till January 15: $420 pesos per person per night
From the 15 of January, February, March and April: $350 pesos per person per night
May, June $290 pesos per person per night
July, August $350 pesos per person per night
September, October, until the 15 of November $290 pesos per person per night.
From Nov. 15 till December 15 $350 pesos per person per night.
Kids under the age of five are free.
Kids from 5 to 12 years old are $200 pesos in low season
$300 on high season (December and January)
After 12 years old they pay the normal price.
50% prepayment via Paypal or direct to our bank account (Bancomer) is necessary when making your reservation. 100% prepayment is required for the high season. (December-January)
Please check below our cancelation policies.
What's included at Cenote Encantado?
A tent with a full size bed or two single beds with clean sheets, rug, small table and extra tarp for rain.
(electricity only from 7:00 pm to 12:00am)
WIFI is available from 10:00 in the morning to 12:00 at night
Free access to Cenote, rafts and snorquel for rent. We have a raised platform inside a screened-in salon for Yoga, meditation, massages, special classes, etc...
What about food and drinking water?
We have a well equipped communal kitchen with coolers, space for food and drinking water.
We offer Temazcal (Sweat Lodge) ceremonies and other unique organized classes for an additional fee.
It's best to buy your food from one of the larger grocery stores in Tulum (such as San Francisco de Asis at the corner of the beach road where main Tulum's stoplight or at Chedraui) before arriving so you don't have to go back and forth (it's about a 15 minute drive each way). We also have a few small beach stores nearby offering basic necessities. We have some bicycles for rent so you can go to the near store.
Please bring yourself a flashlight and your preferred biodegradable repellents and sunblock. Don't forget your personal care products and towel.
How to get to Cenote Encantado:
From the Cancun airport take the ADO public bus to Playa del Carmen (current cost is $120 pesos, or about $12 USD), then take another ADO bus to Tulum (aprox $70pesos or $6.00 usd). From the Tulum bus station take a taxi to Cenote Encantado Camping Village along the Tulum beach road near the entrance to Sian Ka'an Bioreserve (approx $150p or $13 USD). You will know you are there when you see the sign on the right side which says Cenote Encantado.
The taxi driver can easily stop at the San Francisco grocery store for a small extra fee. Public transportation is also available but you may not board with luggage and it is only available certain hours each day. Make sure you enter Cenote Encantado, not our neighbors property which is using a similar name. (Cenote El Encanto)
Directions for the taxi driver (in case the driver is not familiar with Cenote Encantado):
Ask the driver to drive along the Tulum beach road towards the entrance to Sian Ka'an Bioreserve (which has an arch over the road). If you get to the arch where the asphalt road turns to dirt, you went 1km too far. We are located 1km before the arch on the right side (not the beach side)... and you will see a well-lit sign saying Cenote Encantado.
What if I rent a car at the Cancun airport?
As you exit the Cancun airport drive south along the Caribbean coast on highway 307 (the only major highway serving the Riviera Maya) to Playa del Carmen. Continue straight on 307 past Playa del Carmen, past Puerto Aventuras, past Akumal and on to Tulum pueblo. It is about an hour and a half to two hour drive, depending on traffic. You will pass the tourist entrance to the Tulum Maya ruins and then come to Tulum's only traffic light, right in front of the San Francisco grocery store.
From here you turn left towards the beach (the sign says Boca Paila) and drive less than two miles where you will come to a “T” in the road. Veer to the right (don't turn left back towards the Tulum Maya ruins) and follow the beach road passing all the hotels, shops and restaurants another 3 miles towards the Sian Ka'an Bioreserve. You will see our well-lit sign, Cenote Encantado 1320, on the right side (not on the beach side) about 1km (half mile) from the entrance of Sian Ka'an Bioreserve. You will know you have gone too far if the road turns from asphalt to dirt as you pass under an arch, which is the entrance to Sian Ka'an. Make sure enter Cenote Encantado, not our neighbors property which is using a similar name. (Cenote El Encanto)
Yes, we recommend you rent a car if possible because there are so many beautiful sights available nearby. We can help you decide which magical locations you want to explore...
After making your deposit you have 7 days for the total and immediate refund of your money with a $200 pesos fee for the refound.
After the 7 days, you need to cancel 20 days before your arrival and the money will be refund on the date that you would have to come, also with the charge of $200 pesos.
Passing within 20 days before your reservation there will be no refunds.
*Note: We are a retreat place perfect for relaxing, meditating, connecting with nature, respect each other. We are not a "party" or strong alcohol place.
*No pets allowed, no exclusions. Because we take care of the beautiful iguanas and crabs that live in our place.
We look forward to meeting you!