The cenote Tza Ujun Kat is located at the entrance of Homun, just behind the restaurant "El Cenote" the cost of access is just $ 10 pesos per person.
When you arrive you will see that between the end of the road and the school there is a hole in the ground, approach carefully as it is about 12 meters deep, you will also be able to observe some swallows that enter and leave the cenote.
On one side there are concrete stairs, where you can go down to the cenote.
Around there are stalactites and stalagmites that have been forming for hundreds of years, in the rainy season you could see how the water is filtered until it reaches the cenote.
The waters of the cenote are crystalline in a light blue color turning to emerald green, there are some shallow parts that go from 1.40 to 2 meters deep where you can swim freely, remember that the darkest parts are deeper.
There are also some stones that serve as a platform for visitors to dive.
The water from the cenote runs around a rock platform, giving it a crescent-like shape.
From the platform to the crystal clear waters there are 2 stairs so that you can easily go down to the cenote and on the banks some stones so that the children can sit or splash in the shallower parts.
Located on Calle 30b and 19 in the town of Homun.
Coordinates: 20.739198, -89.296812
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