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Great to cool off after chichin itza.

This was rated as one of the best cenote so we gave it a try. Though impressive we weren't dying to... read more

Reviewed January 25, 2015
Mila G
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refreshing

Rented a car for the trip, stopped in after Chichen Itza and lunch. Just followed a sign to... read more

Reviewed January 8, 2012
KarenM1215
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Jan 25, 2015
“Great to cool off after chichin itza. ”
Jan 17, 2012
“Stunning! Highly recommended.”
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An underwater cavern formed by the collapse of a cave's ceiling: a popular tourist spot, so get there early if you want to avoid the crowds.
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Reviewed January 25, 2015 via mobile

This was rated as one of the best cenote so we gave it a try. Though impressive we weren't dying to see more. The cave and light from overhead openly was impressive but we felt like we were forced through a labyrinth of tacky tourist...More

Thank Mila G
Reviewed January 17, 2012

This is one the best $5-10 I spent on my trip to the Yucatan Peninsula. This cenote was incredibly clean and was stunningly beautiful. It was not crowded at all, in fact we went in the middle of the day and it was very tranquil...More

1  Thank jessharmon
Reviewed January 8, 2012

Rented a car for the trip, stopped in after Chichen Itza and lunch. Just followed a sign to Dzitnup down a dirt road, it's on the right, it looks like a childrens play ground from the outside. No big signs just paid the State Tax...More

1  Thank KarenM1215
Reviewed December 30, 2011

I visited this cenote one time and it's a small cenote. It's quite difficult for a tall person like me to go down into the entrance, for getting to it.

Thank Greg V
Reviewed June 13, 2010

We were searching for the Ditznup cenote outside the town of Valladolid. We turned off hwy 180 following the signs to Ditznup. After passing up signs for two other cenotes, we found ourself in a small village less than a kilometer away. Realizing we may...More

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Reviewed April 13, 2008

On the way back from Chizen Itza, on our way to Tulum we stopped by D'zitnupt Cenote (also known as the X'Keken, "pig", cenote, near Valladolid, Mexico.) This Cenote is underground cavern that is lit by a crack in the ceiling and artificial light. Both...More

2  Thank BobD2H
Reviewed August 9, 2005

July 27,2005 on our way back from a tour of Chichen Itza, our guide told us about this Cenote and that it was very beautiful and worth the time. As the taxi pulled into the parking lot, we were approached by several local mayan children...More

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