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Cenote Yokdzonot

Calle 20 S/N | Between 27 & 29, Yokdzonot 97922, Mexico
+52 999 149 9315
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Awesome Spot

My family was looking for a place to cool off after a visit to Chichen Itzá and a quick google... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Brian R
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Now, I can die happy

There is something spiritual about this place. We visited after our tour to Chicen Itza and enjoyed... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Alaina G
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Calle 20 S/N | Between 27 & 29, Yokdzonot 97922, Mexico
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+52 999 149 9315
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

My family was looking for a place to cool off after a visit to Chichen Itzá and a quick google search for “cenotes” turned up this place. What a great stop! For a low price (less than my hometown swimming pool entrance fee), we got...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

There is something spiritual about this place. We visited after our tour to Chicen Itza and enjoyed a phenomenal lunch at their restaurant before a refreshing swim. This natural pool is refreshing, tranquil, and special. After our swim, we learned how to make "panuchos" --...More

Thank Alaina G
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Reviewed March 29, 2018 via mobile

We wanted to escape the crowds of tourists and Il Kil did not seem like the place to do it - so we came to Yokdzonot. We asked a taxi driver at Chichen to drive us there and pick us up in three hours -...More

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Reviewed March 26, 2018

This was the only cenote I swam in so I have no real comparison but this place seemed a bit special. Hardly developed, it is run by the local community and is a useful source of income for them. The entry price is suitably modest....More

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Reviewed March 19, 2018

We stopped here on our way to Merida from Chichen Izta. Reasonable entry fee. A short hike takes you down to the deep blue cenote. I would recommend bring fins and snorkels. keep your dry clothes and towels in the cave just above the entry...More

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Reviewed March 3, 2018

Would recommend visiting Cenote Yokdzonot - about 20km away from Chichen Itza or about 100pesos in a taxi. Ensure you ask them to come back and pick you up at a designated time. One of the deepest cenotes in Mexico, but they give you lifejackets...More

Thank RoverPete
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Reviewed February 7, 2018

There are plenty of cenotes available in the area, Yokdzonot is among the least-developed and as a result is very pleasant. The town is little more than a wide spot in the road, so the place is not overrun with tour buses. The staff seems...More

1  Thank BobnBarbara
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Reviewed January 6, 2018 via mobile

We ate and swam here as part of Chichen Itza tour with Mela, lovely open Cenote with warm water, also had lunch at local cooperative restaurant where we tried some traditional Mayan fare.

1  Thank Michael S
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Reviewed September 29, 2017

After the Chichen Itza visit we went for the Yokdzonot cenote close by - we chose it as we heard it is less crowded. And it was fun. We were alone when we got there (about 10AM) as it was still rather early. We did...More

1  Thank Octavian D
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Reviewed August 28, 2017

The term eco-tourism is bandied about a lot wherever you go. In the Yucatan every trip you do is eco-tourism which really means that you're going to an ecological site but there is really little concern for the impact on the environment and the people...More

1  Thank ramblindave
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Adriana M
March 29, 2018|
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Response from WorkingStiph | Reviewed this property |
Roadside parking next to entrance.
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B T
August 27, 2017|
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Response from KathyAloha2013 | Reviewed this property |
Dear traveling friend. The cenote we went to was NOT handicapped accessible as far as I could tell and you actually had to manage some tricky steps to get into the cenote. I would highly recommend that you talk to any of... More
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EvanELee
July 20, 2017|
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Response from KathyAloha2013 | Reviewed this property |
I would say, No. I went as part of a small group tour and transportation was coordinated from the hotel to the ruins, then to the cenote. The drivers in that Yucatan are also pretty aggressive. I would be hesitant to ride a... More
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