But Homun is not only caves and cenotes, it is also tradition and celebrations, such as those that take place during the month of July between the 6th and the 14th, when everyone gathers around San Buenaventura; the carnival festivities, those of December 12, and of course those of Santiago Apóstol, another of the patrons of the town, around whom a temple was also built.
In addition to the above, it is worth mentioning that it also has some archaeological sites such as the areas of Kampepen, Sión and Yalabau.
It is located a few kilometers from Cuzamá and Tecoh, also very close to Hocabá, Seyé, Tekit, Huhí and Sanahcat.
Cenotes in Homun Yucatan
Cenote Maní Chan
Live an ecotourism adventure in Cenote Maní Chan that offers you a tour of 3 virgin cenotes which can be done by bicycle or ATV ...
Cenotes Hacienda Kampepen
Its name means "Yellow Butterfly" it has 2 Cenotes, La Noria and Cenote Chenké, it has a cave called Kixné, here we can see Mayan cave paintings, we can also see the Chacmultún, the altar of the Aluxes...
Cenote San Antonio
It is an impressive underground cenote, which is about 10 meters underground, it is quite wide and you can admire stalactites and stalagmites, it has cabins for rent, a restaurant and you can visit both during the day and at night...
Cenote Tzan Ujun Kat
Located at the entrance of Homun, this cenote is ideal for families with children since its waters are not very deep and it has ideal access stairs ...
Cenote Santa Cruz
It is an open cenote of waters in green and blue tones. It has 2 entrances, the first one is easily accessible with stone stairs and it is a wide area to be able to swim or sit on the shore and cool off, at the second entrance you have to go down up some steep wooden stairs...
Cenote San Isidro
It is a closed cenote with blue waters and it is relatively small, to access it you have to go down some stone stairs and ramps, it has a platform to dive and a wooden stairs to access the water mirror, in addition to the site It has 8 swimming pools and rest areas with cabins.
Cenote Tres Oches
The first cenote you will visit is open but it is approximately 6 meters deep, its owner enabled a path in which with the help of some handrails made of tree trunks you can support yourself to descend,
Its name in Spanish means "Guarded or Hidden", it is an underground cenote that to access it you must enter through a hole that has 2 stairs, one for entry and the other for exit.
Cenote Santa Rosa
The entrance of the cenote is located to one side of the restaurant, you will access through a hole in the ground and you will descend through spiral stairs that as you go down you will feel the soft cool breeze.
The Cenote Canunché which in Spanish means "Maduro Well" is located in Homun very close to the outskirts of the town, this is the largest cenote in this place.
This semi-open type cenote is located in Homun, the water mirror is 27 meters deep and you descend by a metal staircase ...
Cenote Pool Uinic
The Cenote Pool Uinic is located in the town of Homun, a few steps from the entrance of the town, just in front of the Cenote Tzan Ujun Kat.
Cenote Chel Paak
A relatively small cenote with crystalline blue waters, located at the exit of Homún, heading to Cenote Balmi
Caves in Homun Yucatan
Grutas y Cenotes Santa María
Combine the best of the underground, caves and cenotes, stalactites and stalagmites ... get ready to get a little muddy and cool off in crystal clear waters ...
Gruta La Candelaría
Enabled as a tourist inn, it is ideal to spend a family day in its facilities. It has parking, bathrooms, palapas, swimming pools and restaurant