Add dates

Cenote Chichikan, Valladolid

Top sights near Cenote Chichikan, Valladolid

Other Sightseeing Options in Cenote Chichikan, Valladolid

Want to discover all there is to do in Cenote Chichikan, Valladolid? Click here for a full list.

What people are saying about Cenote Chichikan, Valladolid

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 7 reviews

A great experience. The drive to Ek Balam is about 2 hrs but our guide Jesus told us about the mayan histories how to pronounce the words and was very knowledgeable so the drive didn't feel like 2hrs. Ek Balam is unbelievable. With the restoration that's been happening you can really see the architecture in its full beauty it is a huge area with little shade and being in the jungle it's very humid even early in the day. The cenote is about half hour away buffet lunch and drinks was very good and then Jesus took us through the mayan village and you can try mayan chocolate and chewing gum. The drive to Valladolid is again about half hour, you spend about 45mins there which is enough time to see everything locally. I really would recommend this experience it is a long day alot of walking but being able to get up close and personal, climb the temple and with Jesus' knowledge it really is a must do

The guide was sharp early in the morning, we had to pickup 2 more families and then depart on a comfortable trip to our first stop: Ek Balam , which is a Hidden gem: one of the last archaeological sites were you can still climb and interact with history. Our guide superb, he took us on quite an adventure on the Mayan culture. Cenote was awesome. Bring water shoes since it's kind of slippery. Food was great.

Great tour . Perfect timing on each place of interest. We had a wonderful time with our guide Alvaro, we were deeply submerged on Mayan culture: all places were a complete Marvel. I really enjoyed to truly interact and touch these ancient buildings. Food was better than expected. So that was a PLUS.

All information was correct. The vehicle was clean, the guide very well informed and polyglot. The cenote was very nice, clean changing rooms, good food. On this tour we got to know the few uncrowded places