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Ik Kil Cenote

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What people say

"Ik Kil is the cenote most people visit when visiting Chichen Itza because of its convenient close location. That does not take away from the fact that it is a beautiful cenote, with nature reaching into the vibrantly colored water. A cave with a big opening to allow sunlight into its depths has a carved stairway leading down to a swimming platform. You can find a myriad of services at the location. A restaurant, souvenir store, changing rooms, and even a hotel are part of the offerings here. Only a few minutes from Chichen Itza, the place is open from 8 am to 5 pm. The entrance fee is 100 pesos."
"famous cenote near Chichén Itza- get here early in the morning via collectivo to avoid the crowds it’s beautiful but also very touristy and life jackets are required "
"is an open cenote, good for swimming, not far from Valladolid, entrance fee around 200 pesos"

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