The Xcajum Cenote
This beautiful cenote is located very close to one of Mexico’s must-see architectural ruins, Chichen Itza. As a main feature, it is of an open type with a depth of about 40 meters.
What do I need to know about Xcajum?
If you want to visit it, you have to take the car or public transportation to the Ecotourism Park and buy the ticket that best suits your needs. When you enter the enclosure you will see all the services available to customers, such as restrooms, hammocks, restaurant, among others.
The cenotes of Yucatan
Do you want to know each and every one of the most important cenotes in the Yucatan Peninsula? If you have done a little research, you will know that the territory is made up of countless natural attractions such as these.
For those who do not have as much time as they would like, in this brief but informative list, you will find those that are a must-see.
The cenotes of Tulum
To make the perfect cenotes route, it is advisable to plan a previous route, think about the hours in which to visit them, and follow certain indications so that your visit is perfect.
El Gran cenote
The Gran Cenote is the most visited cenote in Tulum due to its impressive beauty. Its transparent waters make it the perfect dive for professional divers and also for those divers who want to practice a simple, yet exciting snorkel.
Visitors find everything from fish to turtles, stalactites to stalagmites and above all a great experience to remember. After the adventure, one can relax in the comfortable space with chairs, hammocks and awnings.
The Sac Actun cenotes
Another great plan for those passing through the area are the Sac Actun cenotes. This is a 350 kilometer cave system perfect for diving and research. Over the years and after much research, fossil remains have been found that almost baptize the place as ”pet cemetery”.
Dos Ojos Cenote
Discover Dos Ojos Cenote for yourself and start telling your closest friends about your experience. Like the Sac Actun cenotes, the Dos Ojos cenote is a cavern system more than 60 kilometers long.
¿Conoce el origen de su nombre? a peculiar resemblance to the eye sockets and the only two entrances to the cenote, one for professional divers and the other for other bathers.
The Ik Kil cenote
Get ready to access one of Tulum’s most famous cenotes by the spiral staircase. Its vegetation and privileged location mean that it is always very popular. It was a sacred location for the ancient Maya, where human remains and different jewels have been found.
The cenote of Bacalar
In addition to the Bacalar cenote or the black cenote, the Bacalar lagoon is one of the most photographed and exposed places in Quintana Roo’s social networks. You will find in its more than 50 kilometers different species of animals, vegetation and a lot of beauty to admire.