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Valladolid: Cenote Maya Native Park Admission Ticket

1. Valladolid: Cenote Maya Native Park Admission Ticket

Spend 2.5 thrilling and adventure-filled hours at the Cenote Maya Native Park. Descend into the region’s most impressive cenote which reaches 60 m (196 feet) in diameter with an almost perfect circular shape. Admire the stunning crystal-clear waters and geological formations which make this swimming hole a great natural jewel. Ascend from the underworld through a tunnel or use the large wooden staircase. Take part in optional included adventure activities including swimming, diving, traversing "trepachanga" (ropes),  swinging on Tarzan-style vines, and rappeling down 26 m (85 feet) into the water.  After that, participate in an authentic Mayan ritual. Delve into the natural world and witness a blessing ceremony carried out by a Mayan shaman of the community and scented by copal, a tree resin used for incense. Finally, enjoy a traditional meal made with organic orchard supplies and handmade tortillas.

From Cancún: Chichén Itzá & Cenotes Tour with Lunch & Drinks

2. From Cancún: Chichén Itzá & Cenotes Tour with Lunch & Drinks

Marvel at the ruins of Chichén Itzá and swim in the cenotes of Ikkil and Suytun on a day trip from Cancún. Learn the history behind each turn from your guide, visit the village of Valladolid, and enjoy a buffet lunch. Depart from Cancún in the morning and be one of the first to arrive at Chichén Itzá, the complex of Mayan ruins on Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula. Beating the crowds and the heat, enjoy a tour with a specialized guide and learn all about the incredible civilization that once dominated this area.   During this luxury Chichen Itza day trip from Cancun or Riviera Maya, you can enjoy as much water, soda, and beer as you want and a light snack-box lunch on the way to the Mayan ruins. Explore the complex of Mayan ruins at Chichén Itzá and admire the large step pyramid, Temple of Kukulcan. Learn about the ancient city which dates back to 600 A.D. Then, visit 2 beautiful cenotes, Ikkil and Hubiku, and go swimming in the crystal-clear water. After swimming and exploring the cenotes, enjoy delicious a buffet lunch. On the way back to Cancún, stop for a quick visit to the charming colonial town of Valladolid, known for its medieval religious sites with a history dating from the 1400s.

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Overall it was a good day. I was a bit apprehensive to book the tour as there was only 1 review. However, this was the only tour I could find that did both cenotes Ik Kil and Suytun. I was picked up from the hotel around 6.30 am and taken to a different location to board the tour bus. Bus departed Cancun around 7.30 am with around 40 ppl. I was the only one on the English tour, others were on the Spanish tour. Next we briefly stopped in Playa de Carmen to pick up more people. Luckily there was another lady on the English tour boarded from there. First stop was Ik Kil for 1hr followed by Chichen Itza for 2hrs. Then lunch around 2.30pm at Suytun cenote for 2hrs. At all these stops we spent more time as some of the people never got back to the bus on time. Finally we stopped in Valladolid for 30mins. It was a very long day as I got back around 10pm. But the bus was not full so was comfortable enough. I’d recommend the tour if you really want to see both cenotes.

Very beautiful cenote! the big plus is the abseiling and the interior fittings, the Mayan protection ceremony and the visit to a typical house are also very interesting! the guide was super friendly!! in short, a very successful experience

Amazing experience accompanied by an amazing guide. We had probably our best activity in Mexico. We have traveled through the Mayan era, we recommend with our eyes closed!