Ek Balam Cenote, Valladolid
Categories: Ruins, Tourist Spots
When exploring the Mayan city of Ek Balam, don't forget to visit Ek Balam Cenote, a natural limestone sinkhole used by the Maya people for ceremonies. Hike or take a rickshaw ride on the tree-lined path to the cenote, the deep freshwater basin that the Mayas considered sacred. You can go for a relaxing walk along the boardwalk encircling the cenote, or rappel on the rope swings into the water. Cool off with a dip in the basin's clear water and look for the many catfish that inhabit the cenote. Using our custom trip planner, Valladolid attractions like Ek Balam Cenote can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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We had a great and memorable time. Admission is 30 pesos, You can walk to the cenote which is 1.5 km or for 70 pesos you can take a bike for an easy ride. Also available is a bike taxi for two.e at th... read more »
This will be my 5th cenote visit and it was by far the best, You can zip line, rapel, swim and dive in to your hearts content! I was even brave enough to take the high board i absolutely loved it!
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