Used to be able to actually see into the cenote but no longer. They have it roped-off so far from the edge that you can't see anything. Our guide told us it is not worth the walk there. Worse, the 1000 yard walk is nothing but vendors selling cheap crap from China. They should move all the vendors to the... 更多
This attraction is located inside the Chichen Itza site so you would not be able to visit this alone. The ticket to get into Chichen Itza includes this area. A lovely watery grave.
When you are told the story behind the Sacred Cenote you feel you need to see it but it is a long walk past many many vendors that are hounding you to but their stuff that the end result was not worth the time spent to get to it
This place was a perfect way to end our day at the Chichen Itza. Water was refreshing, and clean. They provide life jackets which are mandatory for $1.00 or you can bring your own. Make sure to bring a waterproof camera or GoPro you will want to remember this place!
This Cenote was used to sacrifice gifts (gold, figurines) and humans. The priest would lift the human over his head and throw him in the water.. it is not too far down, but most of the times they did not know how to get up again and therefore they died. The water is all green from algae, not much to... 更多
This cenote has great historical value to the Mayans, but when you're hot and sweaty its not a rewarding excursion. Its a 1/2 mile walk where you pass a bunch of vendors selling souvenirs. Upon arrival, its a big hole in the ground with green algae covering the surface. We took our photos and left immediately. I think this is... 更多
Take a walk back from the temple and find the beutiful sacred cenote. The way is cluttered with many locals selling their t shirts and souvenirs. Good deals can be found!
Discovered only after following the map of the site, nothing like what we expected, as it was very dark, almost like black pit, lots better ones to see on your way back to your resort
I have seen many reviewers lament the algae green water and off of that decide this isn't an interesting part of Chichen Itza. I find that ridiculous! I did some research and knew I wasn't going for a swim or to look at fish. This is where sacred offerings were made of jade and other precious objects, including humans and... 更多