This cenote is incredibly beautiful, and it feels amazing to swim there. Only disadvantage is the popularity of the place, which caused our to be packed with people.
About Cenote Ik kil
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Visited Ik-Kil as part of an additional to my visit to Chicken Itza. Didn't see the whole place, but there are restaurants, gift shops and restrooms available. You can go swimming in the Cenotes and I am sure they had much more to offer but...More
Went to this place for a short time after going to Chichen Itza on our way back to Cancun. The place was pretty and I would have loved to go all the way down to the water but it was raining hard and was scared...More
It is an example of how cenotes were used to be! But very well preserved. It gets crowdy so visiting early is recommended. There are restaurants outside. Very close to chichen itza so usually popular with the tourists. Due to the same reason not very...More
The views of this are breathtaking. We got a life jacket for our 10 year old, but I would have benefited from it so I could have explored more and taken more pictures. There were ropes throughout that help you stay afloat if needed. My...More
The sink holes in the region are an interesting geological feature and they are numerous. This one has a staircase down and area to jump Into the clear cold water. You are not allowed to wear sun screen or repellant in the water to protect...More