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The cenote is open to the sky with the water level about 26 metres (85 ft) below ground level. There is a carved stairway down to a swimming platform. The cenote is about 60 metres (200 ft) in diameter and about 50 metres (164 ft) deep.There are...more
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Usually tour to Chichen Itza ends with a quick visit to IK KIL Cenote. It was nice to soak in the cool water after a hot day touring Chichen Itza. Only criticism was so many tourists!! You can’t even swim in the cenote because all...More
The water is super refreshing, and very cold. Just do yourself a favor and jump in from the stairs, it was exhilarating. My three children, ages 8, 6, 4 all jumped in as well. They said it was the best part of their day.
This Cenote is extremely popular and usually quite filled with tourists and no wonder that it is. The place is absolutely breathtaking. They have changing room facilities, showers and a restaurant and the place is absolutely stunning. We expected cold water but the temperature was...More
By far one our favourite cenotes. Stunning gardens on the way to it through the wide laneways of the attached hotel. Security and staff discreetly on site. Great photo spots on the walk down, and the water is simply gorgeous. Couples, families, backpackers and other...More
We visited this cenote right after our visit to Chichen Itza. CI displayed the power of man, and Cenote Ik Kil displayed the power of nature. The size and depth of the cenote was simply breathtaking.
Highly recommended to visit.
We drove an extra 3hrs from Coba to Ik Kil because we didn't want to miss out on this Cenote & Chichen Itza and it really wasn't worth it. Ik Kil is beautiful looking from above and walking down the steps into the Cenote. There...More
Our first cenote swim was at Ik Kil as part os a day tour. It's a quaint little visitor oriented cenote surrounded by colourful colonial and tiki style buildings. The whole area is extremely well maintained. You can get lunch, drinks and other refreshments on...More
Such a beautiful cenote! Daring people can jump from the platform, everyone else can tentatively climb in via the ladders. You can choose to wear life vests but not mandatory. There are ropes across the cenote in different parts to guide you or just to...More
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