We visited as part of a packaged tour from Playa Maroma to Chichen-Itza. I was pleasantly surprised to find clean restrooms, a shower and changing area as well as a neat Mayan Indian performance in the Cenote itself. Unlike some other cenotes, this one is down actual stone stairs (instead of wooden) and can be slippery. Make sure to wear good walking shoes not flip-flops. The entrance fee is modest but be prepared to tip for the performance in the cenote. Some beautiful peacocks call this attraction home and if you have never heard them calling each other it is quite impressive. A small cafe and gift shop are also on site. I was pleased to find not only cold beer but also Diet Coke with Lime, Coke Zero and Sprite for very reasonable prices. My husband had two cold beers (XX Amber) and I had a Coke Zero and took along a Diet Coke with lime for under $10 US.
This was a couples visit for us but this attraction would be excellent for tweens or teens as well as all but the very old or very young. (due to slippery damp stone stairs)
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