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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
After visiting Ek Balam, the perfect refresher. We walked part way down the sacbe, but it was hot. Hot! A bicicart followed us figuring that two elderly gringos might need a ride and he was right. Once at the cenote, we showered and headed for...More
This is an absolutely gorgeous cenote with deeply colored aqua water. The water was cool and refreshing, the perfect temperature after walking around the ruins and being in the sun. There is a platform to jump off of, a rope swing, lifejackets if you need...More
On this trip we explored ek balam first, spending 5 hrs there then walking to the cenote entrance. It was 150 peso each and that included a bike ride to and from the cenote which was brilliant in itself ! You have to shower first...More
I think this is a Must Do it you visit Ek Balam! It's a very large Cenote with a rope swing and diving platform. If my memory is correct, the price was 50 pesos just for the cenote or 100 to ride the bike and...More
This cenote in Ek Balam is really amazing, it’s breathtakingly beautiful and well worth visiting.
You can swim so take your swimsuit and a towel. You can get a bike taxi or hire a bike to get to it (from the entrance of the Ek...More