Located in the town of Homun almost on the outskirts of the town, to get to it you will have to take a detour that will direct you to a dirt trail where along the way you will run into several cenotes, but do not deviate, go ahead until get to him.
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.
When descending immediately, the vault opens and you will have a panoramic view of the place, it has solid ground where the stairs and beautiful colonnades are located that over the years have been unified adorning the place.
Some stone stairs welcome you to its crystalline emerald green waters that at first have a depth no greater than 60 centimeters, but if you advance 3 steps then it quickly reaches a maximum depth of 10 meters.
As few cenotes on the right side can be seen on its stone walls painted hands, evidence that the ancient Mayans found refuge and were supplied with water in this place.
In addition, swallows and the famous Tho bird find a home in this cenote, and while you cool off in its cool waters you can hear their fluttering and singing, creating a natural environment.
Photos of Cenote Balmi
The Baá Dzonot Group, which is located at the entrance to Homun just in front of the El Cenote Restaurant, is well identified as they wear red or white t-shirts with the name of the group.