Big Cenote

Big cenote!

Big cenote!

After a great morning touring the ruins at Chichen-Itza….. A nap….Lunch buffet complete with Mexican dancers…..we headed to the cenote that was just down the road.   “Ik Kil” is what it is called and it was a giant cave filled with 150 feet of water!  It had several water falls spilling into it and it was cool water so very refreshing.  Too bad that it was so commercialized and crowded.  I am looking forward to some more local cenotes by the beach to enjoy.   The big cenote was amazing though!

About wildwahinepaddler

I have been happily living on Maui for the past twenty-three years. I have been stand up paddling for over five years. I am married to Bob; have three grown children, five grandchildren,( two grandsons and three grand daughters.) I live in Kihei, on the South shore of Maui, right up the street from Kamaole Beach Park I. I paddle from Kam I almost every morning. I love living the island life and I love sharing my paddling adventures! Come join me! Maui No Ka Oi!
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