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Reviewed 14 May 2024 via mobile

Not worth the time or frustration

Touristy, overcrowded, loud - most of the tour busses stop here. We went an hour before it closed and it was still packed

Expensive at $200 pesos each, no snorkelling equipment to rent.

Have to leave everything in a locker - including your shoes - even though you have to walk down dangerously slippery stairs. The cenote itself is beautiful and the water refreshing however it’s hard to appreciate. There is no peace or tranquility, just yelling, dive bombing, inconsiderate tourists.

Staff are rude and unfriendly, though I don’t blame them having to put up with herding tourists day in and day out.

Recommend going to cenote yokdzonot. Much quieter and less touristy. It’s run by Mayan women who created a co-op and voluntarily restored the cenote. The entrance fees go into helping the community.

Date of experience: May 2024
Thank freya l
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Reviewed 1 May 2024

Absolutely beautiful cenote and a fantastic experience! Went for a swim after a hot morning at Chichén Itzá and thoroughly enjoyed it. Long vines hang down from the top of the cenote - the place looks unreal & is spectacular! It's deep and you need to wear a life jacket while swimming.

It's well sign posted, has lockers, changing facilities, toilets, showers and life jackets. There are places to grab lunch / snacks too (didn't stop here for lunch so can't comment).

It did get very crowded, however, which detracted from the experience. In hindsight we should probably have come early on a different day & gone to a different cenote after Chichén Itzá. As a couple, we were only given one locker, and it was very hard to squeeze everything in.

Absolutely worth a visit to this magical cenote, but come early in the morning or late afternoon.

Date of experience: March 2024
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Reviewed 29 March 2024

Tourist trap. The cenote must have been beautiful at some point but now is just overrun - money making factory as the visitors are moved around. On a day like today probably thousands swim there during a day. Can't imagine any cenote withstanding this sort of pressure.

Date of experience: March 2024
Thank Angel C
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Reviewed 28 March 2024

Cenote are beautiful, it was scary to jump for the first time from 5 mètres high but it’s exciting! All area is cozy and also enjoyed in cafe)

Date of experience: March 2024
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Reviewed 12 March 2024 via mobile

Super close to Chichen Itza. Worth visiting after spending more than 4 hours at Chichen Itza. We drove there, download the offline map to drive over there, I did not have internet on my phone there.
Excellent structure for visitors, they have lockers and huge bathrooms.
They do not take credit card, bring money. Two options: just ticket to cenote or ticket to cenote plus all you can eat buffet.
It's huge and pretty beautiful. Gets crowded after 1 or 2 pm.
They will try to forbid you to take cameras or wear any sort of shoes (to use in the water) . If you're not going into the water just explain that to them and they will let you go in. I went, jumped and enjoyed then later went again with my cell phone just to take some photos.
You have to keep your life jacket all the time and it's very deep so you won't be touching the floor when swimming.
I definitely recommend visint this cenote. It's seemed well maintained and organized.

Date of experience: March 2024
Thank Maria Eugenia E
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