It is located north of theKukulcán pyramidin the archaeological zone of Chichen Itzá,It is 60 meters in diameter, completely open, it is cordoned off to prevent people from approaching the shore and 15 meters separate the surface from the water.

It was inhabited by the Mayans who used it to make religious sacrifices as a tribute to their gods, during the ritual they threw ceramics and jewelry at the bottom of the water, you can also see a platform where it is believed that from there the maidens were thrown. Over time it has been dredged to rescue vessels, remains of human bones, jade jewelry, among other materials.

You can admire and enjoy this cenote while touring the archaeological zone.

Entry fee:$5 USD(Included entrance to Chichen Itzá)