Visiting Yucatan Cenotes via Horse & Rail

We knew we were in for a great day when we heard you could go cenote hopping on a horse-drawn cart. We visited the Cuzama cenotes near Merida and had the most memorable day in Mexico so far. We swam in 4 beautiful underground pools and learned all about cenotes from our local guide before finding out we ended up at the wrong place in Cuzama!

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We’re Fel and Wes: filmmakers, storytellers and world travellers. We’ve been filming our travels for two years and hope to inspire you to see more of the world and pursue what you love. On our YouTube travel channel, we showcase the beauty of each city we visit while sharing practical tips and revealing hidden gems along the way.


Ann AnRo says:

Fel, you are so cute while talking about horses that should be fed! Wes, you are amazing in your editor’s skills and your attentive eye to details! You know how to capture Fel and show her emotions…you are a great director!

Hog and 2cent says:

Loving your second round of Mexico (I still very much enjoyed your first round, as well)! Well, we took a leap of faith and officially started our channel. Trying to get more practice at vlogging before we head to Poland and Eastern Europe. Thank you both for being such an inspiration! Again, we can only hope our videos look even a quarter as good as yours. Looking forward to more of Mexico. -Laura.

Dutch Nomad Couple says:

Rope swinging into cenotes! The best ever. You did find less known but great places again.

Mike Parr says:

Love your Mexico Vlogs, think you are both great on camera, best travel vlogs Ive seen.

Mexico is an amazing place.

Karla Martinez says:

Saludos desde la ciudad de México amigos

World Wide Wong says:

wow! it’s amazing how you guys found this very local spot to go cave swimming. the guides sound like they really take pride in where they come from.

Cesar Joel Altamirano says:

Los cenotes Mágicos!! Y en Cuzama te llevan en carritos…

Arbitrary Exploration says:

Your little private swimming hole. So perfect!

Geelong Cable Locations says:

That first 20 second sequence was magic, well done Wes. And I love that the stairs are really steep and dangerous to climb down, however your still recording, as you just have to get the shot hahahaha, love it.

Gerry Camelon says:

Ty both

J F says:

Right on… such earnest joy in your travels…its very infectious you two and always makes me look forward to more, including the upcoming how to do videos

Delightful Travellers says:

Those cenotes looks great. Even better that there was barely anyone around. What a great tour! – Trevor

Lifeof_KennethPaul says:

I just subscribed to your channel, awesome content! You guys are too much fun…#happytravels

David DeVeau says:

Love it …. as always. Fun rustic rail service … very cool. xo

Lionel Latoszek says:

Hi Fel and Wes. I am the Kangaroo from Australia. Fel your next destination was not clear on the video. So where are you going?

Nikki Valdin says:

Swinging doors, Wes, but flapping sounds about right for you. But seriously, that looked like a great day.

Sarah Lacasse says:

You guys are so fun to watch. Your videos are both educational and beautiful

Mty16 Reza says:

Great video guys! You are starting to scratch deeper into less touristic places in Mexico. There still are tons of places still to discover just in the Yucatan Peninsula but also in the Pacific side.

Laurie Ivanchuk says:

Have you guys disclosed were your headed after Mexico yet?

Luna in NYC says:

Thank you for sharing!

Czarek L says:

Amazing place! I hope that one day I will visit this place.

Jessica Frausto says:

I just subscribed ahh I love y’all videos. #happytravels

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