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Chichen Itza, Cenote & Valladolid All-Inclusive Tour

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Dive into Yucatan’s cultural heritage on this full-day tour from Cancún or the Riviera Maya, calling at Chichén Itzá (admission not included), the Ik Kil cenote, and Valladolid. Benefit from the historical knowledge of your guide as you explore the Maya ruins and colonial city, then cool off with a swim in the cenote’s fresh waters. Avoid hidden costs with transfers and a buffet lunch included in the price.
USD 39.90 USD 42 per adult
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Traveling2021 wrote a review Mar 2021
8 contributions
It is very pretty way to many people and you have to use a life jacket can only jump from there plate form it’s $150 peso per person and cash only no Mayan ruins
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Date of experience: March 2021
Sam J wrote a review Mar 2021
New York City, New York14 contributions26 helpful votes
We went to The Ik Kil Cenote in March 2021 after going to Chichen Itza (9min drive from there). It would cost 150USD per person for the classic package and it would give you access to the cenote, lockers, parking and dressing rooms. It was great to swim in the cenote as it was super relaxing with amazing views of the cenote. This cenote doesn’t have nice caves and structures like in Dos Ojos or Gran Cenote, so consider this as a nice exotic swimming pool. This place is also great for Instagram photos. Highly recommend doing this if you visit Chichen Itza!
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Date of experience: March 2021
johann198 wrote a review Feb 2021
London, United Kingdom20 contributions4 helpful votes
Beautiful cenote, however, entrance is expansive ( 150 pesos )and they have made this beautiful nature place into a big tourist attraction. So that kind of killed the whole thing for me.
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Date of experience: February 2021
Boulder480 wrote a review Feb 2021
Boulder, Colorado28 contributions22 helpful votes
This is a hole in the ground with water. The water is cold because the sun light doesn't hit the water because it is sheltered in a cave/hole. There are signs every where saying swim at your own risk, but they make you wear a life jacket the whole time you are in the cenote. So if I'm swimming at my own risk shouldn't I be able to make that decision? Nope... I tried to remove my jacket and got yelled at. I'm an adult man... not a diaper filled baby. The water is perfectly calm and still. Lastly, the pricing is why too much for visiting a toilet bowl in the ground. I've been to several cenotes and the water is warm and you get to bask in the sun... not here. They make you walk through shops and vendors to and from the cenote kind of felt like a tourist trap. I'd recommend you go somewhere in the sun and less of a commercial enterprise. Oh and one last thing they have a guy in the parking lot writing down license plate numbers when there are six cars in the parking lot during COVID times.
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Date of experience: February 2021
Liss M wrote a review Feb 2021
11 contributions6 helpful votes
Yes the place is beautiful and it's super close to Chichen Itza. I must talk about their Covid precautions! As soon as we drove in, they have this machine that sprays your car with sanitizing water 🤣. All staff members had masks on of course. They check your temperature before you pay. After you pay, they make you walk through this sanitizing mist. We put our stuff in lockers and got our life jackets. After swimming in the cenote, they put the life jackets and locks we returned in buckets of disinfecting water. This cenote was wayy more Covid cautious and organized than cenote Suytun.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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