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Cenote Maya Park, Valladolid

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Escape to Cenote Maya Park, a secret Mayan underworld of tranquillity, where you can dip into crisp water that was once used by the Mayans for both rituals and relaxation. Descend down vines that begin at the opening and lead 26 m (85 ft) below ground into the cenote, where you can swim in the company of black catfish. The body of water itself is about 40 m (130 ft) deep and 60 m (200 ft) in diameter. It can also be reached by taking a manmade staircase, which leads to a platform sitting in the middle of the water. Using our online itinerary creator, Valladolid attractions like Cenote Maya Park can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Inconsistent hours and rude staff, and apparently run by smarmy 15 year old kids. First they quoted us $50 per person (ridiculous rip-off!), then suddenly they said they were already closed for the da...  more »
  • Worth and the visit, as well as visiting any cenote in Mexico, is a unique moment for those who do not know. You can dive, swim, float and enjoy what they call a place to relax. We recommend.
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  • The website says it's open until 5, but we arrived before 4 and it was shut down for the day. Fortunately they still let us in to look, but not to swim. Perhaps better to go with a tour group than on ...  more »
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  • A beautiful, very clean Cenote that is half in the sun and half covered. It has a ledge for cliff jumping too
  • Nice site with good service very funny #alltournative the entrance to the #cenote doing rapel
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  • Great place to spend an unforgettable day. The cenote the more large vaulted the Yucatan peninsula with 70mts of diameter and 27 m high. You can do rappelling, trace, trepachanga, swim in crystal clear waters. Eat a delicious typical law firm, organic garden, and Mayan ceremony.
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  • Very nice a little tourist
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  • Excellent point eco-archaeological Park
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