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Suytun Cenote, Valladolid
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  • What were they thinking when they decided to pave the bottom of the cenote and build an ugly feature in the middle ruining the natural beauty of the cave?! Visited all of the cenotes in the area aroun...  more »
  • They are limestone formations dug beneath the Earth that were for the Maya portals to other dimensions. Today are used as tourist for bathing. Along with this Suytun this a handicraft shop spectacular with different crafts in Obsidian rock and also in 925 Silver where to place your name in maya. Of course that they accept credit cards and also is better to buy them with cards that the monetary change is to your advantage. Ask for the Xtabentun drink a delicious Mayan elixir made with honey, aniseed and a flower native to the area
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  • Beautiful, my first visit to a place like this, has an energy that you fill. Access is by stairs in stone, arriving at the base of the cenote, to enter you are asked to rent a lifeline for your care.
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