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Perfect ending for a perfect day. Claudia from Valletours took us there. You have to pay for everthing, but it is OK. The water was fresh and the place is well kept, on a natural low-key way. Which is common for most cenotes. Recommended.
My boyfriend and I absolutely loved our trip to Ek Balam and the cenote. It is so worthwhile and was not overly crowded like other temples and cenotes. At first I was worried that we needed to take a tour and hire a guide--no need...More
Ek Balam is amazing! We were going to Chichenitza but the local said EkBalam is better bc you can climb all over the ruins whereas no stone could be touched at Chichenitza. I was a bit worried that the view may not be impressive but...More
Me and my family loved this excursion! Our tour guide Eli from Altournative, was amazing and very friendly. The cenote was beautiful as it had repelling, zip lining, ring floaties and a platform to jump off of. After the tasty Mayan styled buffet, we went...More
This is a must see. It doesn't get all the attention and funding that the other sites get so I would say its somewhat off the beaten path. That being said, this is one of the few sites that you can still climb.
This is a beautiful cenote with cool clean water perfect for taking a dip in after exploring the Ek Balam site. You can pay someone to bike you out the site, and although it was not expensive, we opted to walk and take in more...More
We visited the ruins while it was poring rain. This place feels very magical. It's much less visited than some of the other ruins and you are able to freely explore every site. The parking was easy and felt safe, the entrance was a small...More
Old Mayan restored buildings are totally beautiful, a must see if you are there.
Cenote is one of the most beautiful around, but also offer zip line, rappel, showers, lifevest & more.
Strongly suggest to bring mosquito repellent, towels (if you are planning to go...More
Response from Tabula-Rasa143 | Reviewed this property |
We went a few days ago and we paid $150 MXN for a rickshaw ride that included the entrance fee. The ticket booth also offered $120 MXN for individual bike rentals that included the entrance fee to the cenote.