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Cenote Saamal

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Cenote Saamal

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Chichen Itzá, community cenote and Valladolid Small groups day Trip from Tulum
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Chichen Itzá, community cenote and Valladolid Small groups day Trip from Tulum

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Combine two of the most popular activities in the Yucatan on this Chichen Itza tour: visiting Maya ruins and swimming in cenotes. Let a driver take charge of the long journey from Tulum and see the impressive Chichen Itza ruins with a guide. On the way back to Tulum, stop to cool off at a cenote and enjoy lunch in colonial Valladolid. You have nearly a full day to see a lot without feeling rushed.
$146.44 per adult
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Joana Barros wrote a review Mar 2020
Lisbon, Portugal84 contributions77 helpful votes
Great experience to swim in fresh waters with a beautiful small cascade under the ground!! We stopped here on our way from Chichen Itzá to the restaurant and was amazing!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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tiff095 wrote a review Jan 2020
Panama City, Panama7 contributions1 helpful vote
Cenote not so crowded. Really beautiful and impressive. We went as part of our tour to Chichen Itza You must rent a life jacket that costs 20 pesos or 1 USD. In addition, you can rent a locker, but it is not really necessary since many people left their things near the bathroom area. The wooden stairs are slippery, so be careful. The staff was excellent.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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abbeyhansen wrote a review Nov 2019
Salt Lake City, Utah18 contributions
This is a beautiful cenote. We stopped here for a swim, and our kids really loved it. We ate lunch here too. Great authentic Mexican food. The hand made tortillas & tamales were delicious!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Jen & Stephen wrote a review Jul 2019
Peoria, Arizona11 contributions
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Exceeded our expectations! We stopped on our way back from Chichén Itza (on an Amstar private tour which we would also highly suggest) and this was the highlight of the day for most of our small group of 6 family members. Excellent accommodations that include changing rooms, free lockers (gratuity requested), beautiful outdoor showers, life vests, restrooms and even a bar! The water was clean and refreshing. The steps down (and up) were easy to manage with the handrails and you have the option to jump or walk down to a lower platform to enter the water. We even met a Mayan warrior who taught us some native language and had a replica of the ball used as described in competitions at the Ball Court in Chichén Itza. In summary, don’t skip it!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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YvonneAlberta wrote a review Apr 2019
Edmonton, Canada68 contributions11 helpful votes
Overall a quality experience with a couple of shortcomings. At reception we were told towels were provided and included in the price. Once inside we learned towels were only available for purchase. Tips were aggresively pursued everywhere on the property. Buffet with a variety of selections. No drinks included.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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