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Suytun Cenote

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Address: Carretera Libre Valladolid-Cancun Kilometro 6, Valladolid, Mexico
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This was an great addition to our Chichen Itza tour. We stopped here for lunch and walked through their store and had a swim in the cenote. It was kind of murky when we got there... read more

Reviewed 18 April 2017
burick6
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Reviewed 18 April 2017 via mobile

This was an great addition to our Chichen Itza tour. We stopped here for lunch and walked through their store and had a swim in the cenote. It was kind of murky when we got there but we had a few tour buses worth of people there at the same time. It was just a great experience to do with... More 

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Vernal, Utah
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6 attraction reviews
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Reviewed 5 April 2017

We arrived here through a tour company. They forced tourists to go through their shop where they are selling over priced, commercialized products as handmade Mayan items. I was fortunate enough to actually stop in a Mayan village 4 years ago when we did a tour of Tulum. Those Mayans actually did have homemade jewelry and clothing that they sold... More 

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Reviewed 7 February 2017 via mobile

Hi, this was a very nice trip. If you want to swim, lifevests are mandatories. Trip from Cancún is like 2 hours to the Cenote. Then to Chichen Itza. Overall great experience.

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Miami, Florida
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Reviewed 10 January 2017

This cenote is beautiful, even it is looks nice is not the most attractive to swim, even though could be an amazing place for a meeting or ceremony. The cabanas looks amazing, with the pool and restaurant. Perfect for families.

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manchester
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 355 helpful votes
Reviewed 3 January 2017

Visited this Cenote on the way to Chichen Itza as part of a coach tour. It is very much the stereotypical tourist trap (when visited as part of a tour) they try to sell you anything and everything, blessings from a Shamen, photos, silver pendants, expensive shop on site. For example the traditional blankets were on sale for 50 USD... More 

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Brockville, Canada
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Reviewed 30 December 2016 via mobile

If you are visiting the Valladolid area the this place is a must! Steep stairs but worth the climb. Spectacular spot!

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Reviewed 26 December 2016 via mobile

This place is amazing! We had the chance to be here alon for 10-15 min, and it was so quiet and peacefull! Beautiful blue water, nice platform and amazing shapes of the stons! From valladolid it cost us 70 pesos for taxi, to enter 50 per person, and 20 more for a lifejucket, which we didn't use because the water... More 

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9 reviews
Reviewed 24 November 2016

We camped near the restaurant and had use of the showers, bathrooms and big pool. Friendly and helpful staff showed us to the nearby cenote which was completely deserted, an absolute to joy to have it to ourselves. Surroundings are beautiful, very calm and relaxing, however tour buses do use this place as a restaurant stop so could get much... More 

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4 reviews
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Reviewed 14 November 2016

We heard about this cenote from a friend. We arrived arounf noon, just when a small tour was leaving so we had the place mostly to ourselves. You have to go down a few flights of stairs, but as soon as you go into the cave/underground, it's so worth it.

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London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 8 November 2016 via mobile

What were they thinking when they decided to pave the bottom of the cenote and build an ugly feature in the middle ruining the natural beauty of the cave?! Visited all of the cenotes in the area around Valladolid and there is only one worth going to...cenote San Lorenzo oxman

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