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Cuzamá village is well known for the large amount of cenotes which exist there. At the hacienda in Cuzama, tourists can hire a guide with a buggy pulled by horses. The trip is 7km long through the surrounding countryside and shows numerous cenotes and stops at three of them.
Chelentun (laying down rock) is about 2.8km from the Chunkanan hacienda and about 2.8km south of Cuzama. Its water is incredibly blue and clear with excellent visibility. Stalagtite and stalagmite formations add to its unique beauty. The other two cenotes are Chansinic'che (tree with small ants) and Bolonchoojol (nine drops of water).