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Cenote Jardín del Eden

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Cenote Jardín del Eden

473 Reviews
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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.
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Brad wrote a review Dec 2020
Chicago2 contributions3 helpful votes
Visited here to scuba dive. One of the most boring dives of my life. I had more fun jumping off the ledge into the cenote before the dive than during it. Better diving in other cenotes and also on the ocean reefs.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Traveling robocop wrote a review Dec 2020
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Took the family here on Dec 20th. We were staying at the Hard Rock Rivera Maya and it is only about a 10 minute taxi drive. Funny thing is , we asked several travel coordinates at the hotel and no one told us about it. We found it on Google. It’s right off the main highway and about a mile into the jungle. Was 200 pesos per person. Nestled in between heavy forest was the cenote with several wooden landings to climb into and a rock overhang with a wooden deck which you could jump down into about 15 feet down. Beautiful clear blue water and water was about 75 degrees. Not terribly cold. Make sure you bring water shoes or slides to walk around as it is very rocky around the area. We really enjoyed a couple of hours here! Cheap entertainment for the family and close to the resort.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Tanya T wrote a review Nov 2020
Cleveland, Ohio152 contributions58 helpful votes
It is amazing!! Lots of beautiful rock formations under the water! Local spot and decently priced. I highly recommend going!! The6 are closed on Saturday's. Must stop!!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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rantati7 wrote a review Nov 2020
Helsinki, Finland2,178 contributions691 helpful votes
Tried to get to Jardin del Eden yesterday (23.11.2020) but the place was closed. Judging by their Facebook page hurricane Zeta (a month ago) left the site devastated and they may still be repairing the place. The pictures on their FB page looked pretty horrific. There are no signs that the place would be closed.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Tiffin V wrote a review Mar 2020
Fort Collins, Colorado11 contributions8 helpful votes
What a special place to visit. The water is refreshingly clean and our daughter loved swimming around the cenote. Great family outdoor, nature activity!
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Date of experience: April 2019
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