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The tour takes about 45 minutes, small groups of 6 to 8 people. The place is interesting to see if nothing else for the story behind it. Its a huge cave, not many features to get really excited about. Its worth the trip if you...More
From Chichen Itza take taxi from the entrance car park. Pesos 120. English tour is every 2 hours, we took the 1pm.
The caves are a local religious zone, they have beed commercialized and are easy to negotiate. They decend slowly under grond perhaps 35m...More
The timing of the tours are not well explained. We drove out here to take a tour to find out to find this little sign saying when certain tours were being offered. Had to go back....
Do some research in advance. There are signs posted...More
It is rare to find a site exactly as the ancient Maya left it. The Cave of Balankanche, a few miles south of the ruins of Maya city of Chichen Itza, is such a find. The Maya considered the Underworld as a place of beginnings....More
This was our 1st cave experience so I can't make any comparisons but we really enjoyed it. it was humid and the air felt thick but it's not very long so it was fine for my kids (14 & 10) and I. I really recommend...More
We arrived at 11 o'clock for the English tour. The government guides were busy eating chips and drinking soda. They did not even greet us. We asked for the tour and they said NO, they wanted 4 people, and there were just 2 of us....More
Maybe I was expecting too much as I have seen a lot of other caves around the world. These are good but not as impressive as I was hoping for. Also incredibly hot - I was expecting them to be a bit cooler as they're...More