- Address: Yucatan, Mexico, Tulum
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Waterfront, Family And Kids
Cenote Ik-kil - Review
If you are in Yucatan, Mexico. Then Cenote Ik-Kil is a must visit place. Although the place will have a queue of people wanting to take a dip in the waters, it is worth to wait for your turn. The cenote is extravagantly beautiful and simply leaves you awestruck. The aquamarine water is quite clean and pristine. The cenote along with the turquoise water makes for a postcard perfect picture. There is also a cafe in the vicinity where you can tease your taste buds with tasty snacks.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Cenote Ik-kil
5.28% of people who visit Tulum include Cenote Ik-kil in their plan
60% of people start their Cenote Ik-kil visit around 12 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Cenote Ik-kil
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Cenote Ik-kil
People normally also visit Chichen Itza while planning their trip to Cenote Ik-kil.
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Cenote Ik-kil, Tulum Reviews
Cool experience. Good idea if you're already going to Chichen Itza and have time for a swim. Basically a natural/altered community pool though. Arrived at 3pm so the place was really crowded already. Nice scenery but not a fan of the nickel-and-dime business model. Pay for entrance, pay for towel, pay for locker. Would have been nice to have been told upfront the total cost. That being said, it was still affordable and worth the time to pull over and check it out.
Amazing. Very reasonable and much needed respite from the heat. Good atmosphere with many people watching the divers/jumpers. The water is warm and most of the water is in the shade so you don't need to worry about sun cream. No showers in the changing rooms but a public shower outside if you want to rinse off after coming out the cenote.
Very refreshing cenote. Bit busy but still very cool
Although a bit touristic. The beauty of the cenote is still in tact. This was our 5th cenote and we were still awed with the beauty of it.
Best part of my trip! Great facility there: they have change rooms, restrooms, free parking for visitors, locker and life vest for rent (a little more than 1 USD). The water is super clean and have some little harmless fishes in it. If you like nature, you can't find a better place to huge it!
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