Loved the ruins. Not to big and easy to walk. The cenote is nice and cool. The water is very clear and the fish nibble on your feet for a free pedicure.
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The museum was amazing. The Cenote was great. People were swimming there and next time I will bring a bathing suit. The history and stone monuments are really worth the time to explore. I will go back there again. It’s not far from Merida.
We took a tour with Carnival cruise excursion. Our tour guide was Kumen aka Spicey. He was a fun guide who was very knowledgeable. The food at the restaurant upstairs was fresh and tasty but a little pricey. Overall I would do it again.
In my opinion it was so beautiful Make sure you find a guide in Merida before you go because at the entrance of the place they don't have any information brochure or voucher to help you If you go for the equinox on September the...More
One gets the impression that - once upon a time - the ruins were better cared for than they are currently. From what our (Uber) guide told us, they have expanded the site through further excavation over the years. This expansion has not been accompanied...More
This archeological site is easy to get to from the city. It is fun to swim in the cenote; interesting to see a church in the centre of the main square; and to see an observatory and secabe (sacred road) so close proximity to the...More
The most important archeological sites in the Yucatan are Chichén Itzá, Uxmal and Dzibilchaltún. In Dzibichaltún the most stunning temple is the so called Temple of the dolls, where 7 little clay dolls were found. You can see those in the site museum. But its...More
We visited Dzibilchaltun site primarily to enjoy a refreshing swim in the cenote. Big mistake. We arrived by Uber from Mérida (140 pesos)and paid 142 pesos each for the entrance. The site itself is rather small - there are a few ruins (that you can...More
This Mayan ruins are quite nice and easy to reach from Merida. There are 2 parts in the ruins separated by a long place and at the bottom of one, a beautiful Cenote where you can observe crystalline water and fishes, you can get into...More