This privately owned cenote is upscale and a bit officious. From the reception desk, you can take a bike or horse and cart on a 1km trip following the narrow-gauge railway-cart trail to the three cenotes. Walking is an option too, but be aware that the trail follows a circuit, ending back at the restaurant, which extends the distance.
The first (main) cenote – where you'll spend most of your time – is a cave, with lovely stalagtites. The third, adjacent to the restaurant, is a bit of an overstretch – although pretty, it's more like a small pond. The complex opened in June 2016 so is still being discovered; go early to avoid crowds, as bus tours arrive in the late morning.