You can rent your private cenote with villa near Cancun on Airbnb
For the Maya, cenotes were sacred places serving as a gateway to the underworld and Chaac, their god of rain. For natives and modern travelers, cenotes are a little less sacred but just as magical.
Unfortunately, like other wondrous attractions, the deep, jewel-like waters of Quintana Roo’s intriguing cenotes tend to draw crowds.
In fact, for many avid swimmers, the quiet wonder of these beautiful locations is often marred by queues of tourists; but not anymore.
A Cancun area Airbnb offers the ultimate solution – a private cenote for guests to enjoy.
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The stunning property, known as Nuuku for the company behind it, offers six villas, each sleeping no more than two people.
Located approximately 35 minutes from Cancun and 20 minutes from Puerto Morelos by car, the Enchanted Villas of Nuuku are perfectly nestled along the Ruta de Cenotes in the heart of the Mexican Caribbean jungle.
With private access to one of the many cenotes along this route, the villas are worth every bit of the $225/night they command.
Inside the villas, guests will find premium linens adorning king-size beds, luxurious bathrooms with waterfall showers, 50-inch smart TVs, and many other wonderful touches for comfort and enjoyment. ultimate.
However, the real beauty of Nuuku villas is, of course, what awaits outside. Each villa has a private veranda with a plunge pool or hot tub.
On the grounds, a magnificent swimming pool, sunbathing areas, outdoor gathering spaces, hammocks and much more await you.
Nonetheless, the real gem of this Airbnb stay is the ultra-private cenote. With steep walls dotted with lounge chairs and turquoise waters that beckon to be enjoyed, Nuuku guests are treated to something truly spectacular.
At the moment, villas can be booked individually for around $220 to $230 a night. The entire site of six villas can also be booked for groups looking for a special retreat.