Cenote Hubiku

The Hubiku Cenote is a cenote located in Tulum, Mexico. It is one of the most popular cenotes among tourists and locals alike and is known for its incredible ocean view from its entrance. The cenote reaches a depth of about 80 feet at its deepest point and has a surface area of about 200 square feet. It has a narrow opening that widens as you enter. The walls are covered with stalactites and stalagmites, making the cave even more beautiful than it would otherwise be.

馃摑 What to Do Near Hubiku Cenote?

If you’re visiting Hubiku Cenote, you’re in for an incredible experience. There’s plenty to do, but here are some of our favorites:

  • Visit the local market and browse through fresh produce, handmade products, and delicious food. You’ll get to try new things and learn more about the culture of this beautiful area.
  • Take a day trip to Chich茅n Itz谩, the largest Mayan city in Mexico. You’ll see impressive architecture and history, plus experience the vibrant nightlife that’s only available during the dry season (June to December).
  • Reconnect with nature by hiking through the jungle or splashing around in one of our numerous pools.
  • You can rent a bike and take a ride around the town. There are many stops along the way where you can hop off and explore or simply sit and watch other tourists go by.
  • If you’re looking for something more relaxed, visit one of the nearby beaches鈥攖hey’re only a 10-minute drive or taxi ride away! Just make sure to bring sunscreen: you don’t want to spend too much time under the direct sunlight without protection (or you’ll get sunburned).

馃洜Services and Facilities at Hubiku Cenote

Remember that you can find all these services and facilities at Hubiku Cenote:

Services and Facilities at Hubiku Cenote
  • Restaurant
  • Parking
  • Changing rooms
  • Bathrooms
  • Museum
  • Rest areas

馃挷馃挷How Much Does it Cost to Enter Hubiku Cenote?

The price of admission to Hubiku Cenote is quite affordable for everyone:

Adults: 100 Pesos
Children: 100 Pesos

鈴 Hubiku Cenote Opening Hours

Don’t be late to this great destination and take note of the opening hours of Hubiku Cenote before visiting:

Monday 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Tuesday 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Wednesday 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Thursday 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Friday 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Saturday 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Sunday 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM

馃彥 Where to Stay to Visit Hubiku Cenote?

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馃搮 What Is the Best Time to Visit Hubiku Cenote??

If you’re looking for a more intimate experience, we recommend visiting us on weekdays. Hubiku Cenote is located within the Riviera Maya and has many other nearby cenotes that are also open to the public. Weekends tend to be busier due to this proximity and because many tourists come from outside the city on their days off from work. If you’re looking for a quieter experience with fewer people, try visiting us on weekdays!

馃懚 Hubiku Cenote with Kids: Is It a Good Idea?

The good news is that cenotes are completely safe for children, as long as some simple rules are followed. First, make sure your child is physically capable of swimming or floating in the water. Cenotes can be deep (sometimes hundreds of meters), so if your child is not a strong swimmer or doesn’t swim well, it’s best to stay closer to the entrance or in shallower areas. Second, consult a lifeguard before entering any area that requires jumping or swimming. They will tell you which areas are safe for non-swimming children, and they will still have fun exploring the depths of their new environment.

馃洬 Find the Best Flight to the Riviera Maya

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馃ソ Snorkeling at Hubiku Cenote

Hubiku Cenote is a beautiful place for snorkeling, and it’s only a few minutes away from Valladolid. The water is clear and calm, and there are many fish, so be sure to bring a mask and fins. You can also rent snorkeling equipment on-site if you’ve forgotten yours. You may see dolphins or manatees, depending on the time of year, but it’s always worth it.

馃寠 Diving at Hubiku Cenote

Diving in Hubiku Cenote is a great way to explore the underwater world. It’s also a good way to connect with nature, get some exercise, and learn about the environment around you. To dive in this beautiful cenote, you’ll need certification from an accredited institution.

馃椇 Where Is Hubiku Cenote Located?

Hubiku Cenote is located on the Yucat谩n Peninsula, about 30 minutes from the city of Valladolid.

馃殫 Want to Rent a Car in Mexico?

If you want to explore Mexico in the most comfortable way possible, rent a car and visit Hubiku Cenote:

馃搶 How to Get to Hubiku Cenote?

Getting to Hubiku Cenote is very easy. Here’s what you need to do:

  1. From the main road, turn right and follow the signs towards Cenote Rinc贸n (Rincon Cenote).
  2. When you reach a fork in the road, take the left path, which will lead you directly to Cenote Rinc贸n.
  3. When you arrive at Cenote Rinc贸n, there will be a parking area on your left. Turn into it and park there: you’ve arrived at your destination!

馃捈 What to Bring to Hubiku Cenote?

When visiting Hubiku Cenote, there are a few things you should bring with you:

  • Wear a swimsuit or have a swimsuit underneath.
  • Bring your own towel and a beach mat (if desired).
  • Leave valuables at home as there are no lockers at the cenote.
  • Bring sunscreen and sunglasses.
  • Bring water from home or purchase it at the on-site store.