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The cenote is open to the sky with the water level about 26 metres (85 ft) below ground level. There is a carved stairway down to a swimming platform. The cenote is about 60 metres (200 ft) in diameter and about 50 metres (164 ft) deep.There are...more
The cenote is beautiful, no doubt. The entrance costs 80 pesos (which is a fair price compared to others) and it’s not too far from chicken itza - you can do both in the same day if you have a car.
However, I recommend going...More
Good infrastructure and food. The cenote is beautiful but it is not for snorkeling - it is dark and there is almost no life. It is a traditional destination to those who visit Chichen Itza, so it can be packed with tourists.
This was part of our Amigos Tour and it was our last stop after the Chichen Itza tour. It was so refreshing to swim in the Cenote after being in the sun most of the day. The water was cold but once you're in the...More
I found it interesting how many people were cranky about this denote! We planned our day right, we hit Chichen Itza as soon as it opened, and then head right to this cenote. We seem to have missed the crowds and it was lovely! By...More
This was our last stop off on our Chichen Itza tour. The whole place is incredible, there are changing rooms, toilets and lockers you can use if you are going to swim. There are also showers which you are required to use before you go...More
We visited first thing in the morning when it was quiet. Cenote is beautiful, you can swim and there are a few fish in there. The water is very deep. There are also a few very small ruins to see as you walk around the...More
This place is amazing! It is so amazing that even hundreds of other tourists don’t ruin the experience.
Just be careful of a few things...
We went to Chichen Itza first and were stopped a few times on the way by very “official” looking people....More
We stopped off at Ik Kil whilst on a pyramid tour, booked through Viatours.
The cenote is stunning. Viewing platforms allow non-swimmers to take great photos and watch the fun. But I would certainly recommend getting in the water - so refreshing!
Hola, buenas tardes Monica. Si aún no sabes que cenote visitar te podemos ayudar con un Tour de Cenotes.
Los cenotes de Santa Barbara un recorrido infalible por el estado, nos alegra tu próxima visita.