Cenote Zacil-ha

Cenote Zacil-ha

This open cenote near Tulum is so miraculous; it almost looks like a purposely built swimming pool right in the middle of the forest. A natural sinkhole that connects to an underground river network of other caves nearby. Freshwater from these subsurface areas infused the cenote and keep it clean. Why Visit? In the pool, …

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Gran Cenote

Gran Cenote

A big cave cenote that stretches 202m in diameter and consists of several smaller sinkholes that are linked together. The water itself is so clear, fish can be seen without diving below, and you may even spot a turtle. Why Visit? When experiencing the Cenote within the water swimmers can see the spectacular stalactites that hang …

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Cenote Azul

Cenote Azul

An open-air cenote with crystal clear waters (azul is “blue” in Spanish) with many shallow spots which make it easily accessible for children. Why Visit? The water is fresh and clear, and there are even tiny fish, which nip at your feet. This might sound strange, but as the fish suck, it actually cleans your …

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Casa Cenote

Casa Cenote

Above water, this open-air cenote near Tulum is surrounded by trees, plant life and vines. A glimpse of the tropical wonderland awaiting below the surface. The natural subterranean sinkholes (or cenotes), which are hidden all over the Yucatan Peninsula are truly remarkable, and Casa Cenote is no exception. Located just 10 km north of Tulum …

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Dolphin Discovery

Dolphin Discovery

For all of us, there are certain life experiences that we never forget. Maybe it was our first kiss or the moment we realized we could finally ride a bike without the damn thing tipping sideways. Whatever our experiences are, the majority of them wither away in our minds and disappear into distant memory. There …

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