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This was my first cenote experience and I must say it has been great. When I arrived there were guides who tried to show you around and explain to you about the cenote. I just followed the guide who explained the two different cenotes at...More
After Chichen Itza, this was the second stop during our full day Chichen Itza and Valladolid tour. We arrived here before 2PM on Aug 8, just as the rain started. Our YucaTreks guide took care of the tickets, pointed us to the change rooms, waited...More
Two cenotes located next to each other! Cenote X'keken has a small opening with a some hanging tree roots, stalactites and is nicest around noon. Cenote Samula has a bigger opening and has a round shape. Prices are lower than the very touristic ones. The...More
I visited this cenote, and Samula across the street about 20 years ago, and they were my first cenote experiences. I still love Xkeken (Dtznup) as a beautiful cave. It’s just “way cool.” Samula, across the street is great also. You should buy the ticket...More