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This cenote has everything you want. Showers, changing room, concessions, rope swing, and lots of people (just in case you need help). Relatively easy access down a bunch of steps. A really good cenote experience, only one beat too commercial.
Great place to take a dip after viewing the sun drenched reaches of Ek Balam. Wear water shoes because the entrance to the water is very hard on bare feet. The water is crystal clear so please do not wear sun screen. This is a...More
Impressive cenote with wooden stairs winding down and fresh clean water down there. Zip line, diving, life jackets available for babies. It is a beautiful and relaxing place. You also have hammocks for relaxing, showers, and a very nice place serving Mayan food after swimming!...More
We had a great time in the X'Canche Cenote. It is beautiful, awe-inspiring and refreshing. We got there late, and so were rushed our. They close earlier than other cenotes that typically stay open until 6.We chose to get a bicycle (tricycle) taxi. It was...More
This is our third cenote of this trip, and our 8 year old says it is by far his favorite (Oxman and Zaci are our other two). We had a lovely morning at Ek Balam, went to the car for our swimsuits, and then paid...More
Great place to cool-off & go for refreshing swim - we swam for a couple of hours with maybe 5 other people around, very private, quiet, amazing!!! Felt amazing after scortching hot exploration of nearby ek ballam ruins. Located 1.5km into the jungle via a...More
It felt SO good to cool off in the cenote after a few hours at Ek Balam! We got here about 10:30, stayed for an hour, and only shared the place with a few others. X'Canche is in the middle of the jungle, about 1.5...More
I have seen a few cenotes in the Yucatan Peninsula and in Quintana Roo. By far this is the most fun! The area right next to the archeological site of Ek Balam is in the deep jungle and can be reached cycling or in a...More
Just a short walk from the Ek’ Balam this is the perfect swim after climbing the pyramid and exploring the ruins (especially on a hot day like it was for us). When you walk up the view is absolutely beautiful with the tropical plants, blue...More
I did not use any locker or lock. We brought a backpack and actually left it at the top with the guys that run the zip line. When you enter the parking lot a guy will ask if you want him to watch your car,say yes and give... More
I did not use any locker or lock. We brought a backpack and actually left it at the top with the guys that run the zip line. When you enter the parking lot a guy will ask if you want him to watch your car,say yes and give him 2$ and 2 more when you return. I did that and had no problems.
I never bring valuables to these type of things.