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This was one of the most amazing things I've ever seen in person! If you are well enough to climb down the very steep stairs then do it! The stalactites were a sight and then the beautiful river that runs underground. You can put on...More
After touring the pyramid, game field, and other sites at Chichen Itza you may wonder whether to take the 5-minute walk to the Cenote. It is an easy path, albeit lined with vendors trying to sell souvenirs. It is worth the extra time. Not as...More
Some natural cenotele holes are ideal for swimming, formed by the collapse of the porous substrate coralline algae. Most of the cenote have fresh water and you'll be glad to take part in the most interesting experience in this region of Mexico, i.e. a good...More
It was nice..
Was really dry tho..
However if u r going to chichen itza its worth to walk to thw sacred cenote and take some pics.
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so we all hear the stories of sacrifice and this cenote was apparently used for this which makes it a very interesting part of maya history. its not as pretty as the clearer cenote but that adds to its mysterious and rather sinister aura. I...More
Went here on vacation as part of the Chichen Itza package. We didn't have much time, however we did get to jump in. This place was crowded as this is a final stop for a lot of the touring packages. They ask you to rinse...More
My husband and I were here for the spring equinox and although it was packed, the site is so large that you never feel cramped. Sadly, you can’t climb the structures anymore but it was an amazing experience regardless!
The Cenote Sagrado (Sacred Cenote) is not much to look at (murky green waters) as far as cenotes go but it is rich in history. It is about a 5-min walk from the Plataforma de Venus (Venus Platform) on a path teeming left and right...More
When i went to the tour i left from my hotel to chichen itza, then to valladolid, to my undertanding there are two cenotes, one which the cenote sagrado at chichen itza which you can not swim there, from the great pyrimad to... More
When i went to the tour i left from my hotel to chichen itza, then to valladolid, to my undertanding there are two cenotes, one which the cenote sagrado at chichen itza which you can not swim there, from the great pyrimad to that cenote sagrado is a good 10 minute walk deping on your own pace, now at valladolid the cenote there u can swim and they do tell you its at ur own risk since it is really deep. But yes both cenotes are worth going too especially the one at valladolid that one is just like amazing! Hope this answer helps you!