Day 6: Valladolid, Chichen Itza and Cenote Ik Kil

This day we had our early morning flight and landed in Cancun around 8 am. We had a reservation for Alamo car, however, when we came to their office they told us that there are no cars left, that they keep cars only for prepaid customers. Since our plan was to visit multiple places we decided to check every rental office nearby to see if anyone has any cars left. It was a holidays period and other rentals tried to give us a car for $150 per day! Luckily, at the last moment, we found Budget rental who gave us a decent price and a good car. All these adventures delayed us for at least an hour but after receiving a car we headed to Valladolid for coffee first.

Valladolid is a nice small town established by Spanish people. Most of the places were still closed but we found a very nice Hotel Meson de Malleville where we had our coffee and breakfast.

Valladolid

Valladolid

Valladolid

Valladolid

Valladolid

Valladolid

After having our energy recovered we headed towards our main destinations of the day – the world’s wonder Chichen Itza and incredible cenote Ik Kil. Since these unique places deserve separate attention please follow the links below to see more information about them:

After the cenote we drove for 2 hours to our hotel in Tulum and had a very delicious dinner in La coqueta restaurant:

La Coqueta

La Coqueta

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