After the ziplining course we rode in an army-style open air truck with bench seats in rows over muddy, bumpy roads towards our other destination. Our main guide would let us know a fresh section of bumpy road was coming by announcing we should be ready for a "Mayan massage." He made charming allusions to buildings in various states of shabby disrepair or construction with phrases like, "Here comes our super duper 7-11" or "On your left you will see our Starbucks...coming soon." Once we finally made it to our second destination we split up, some of us going onto ride ATV's and the rest of us to swim.
Our particular package did not include the ATV portion so we enjoyed walking down a gravel path to a cenote of smallish size, about 30 meters deep our guide told us. These are filled with cool fresh water, and seem endlessly deep. They had a water zipline setup and we all took turns riding it and dropping a few feet into the water. We had fun swimming and splashing around. We made our way over to a submerged dock they had on one side connected to a path that wound up to the observation area. While standing on it we had little fishes nibble/suck on our feet. After careful observation and a quick query with our guide....yes it turns out that it was the self same type of fish used for fish pedicures. However the fish in the cenote were closer to two or three inches. It was fun to watch them.
After leaving the cenote we were taken back to the base area and fed some yummy chicken dinner, as well as offered our photos for a modest price.