Cenote Takbelum

Cenote Takbelum

Cenote Takbelum, also known as Tak Be Lum or Tak Be Lum, is a breathtaking natural wonder that has captivated the hearts of diving enthusiasts from around the world.  Cenote Takbelum is nestled in the heart of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, near Tulum, and just 45 minutes south of Playa del Carmen. It is also very […]

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Cenote Yaxmuul

Cenote Yaxmuul

Cenote Yaxmuul is a breathtaking natural sinkhole located in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico, close to Tulum. Cenote Yaxmuul is located north of Tulum, approximately 14 kilometers (9 miles) north of Tulum along the 307 highway. You can reach it by driving north from Tulum on Highway 307, and after about 14 kilometers, you should

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Cenote Caracol

Located in the heart of the Yucatán Peninsula, Cenote Caracol is a hidden oasis that invites visitors to experience its serene beauty and immerse themselves in the region’s natural wonders.  Cenote Caracol Prices and Opening Hours Opening Hours: Cenote Caracol is open daily from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Entrance Fee: The entrance fee for

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Cenote Nicte Ha

Cenote Nicte Ha is a hidden gem that boasts a dazzling underwater world. Situated just one mile from Cenote Dos Ojos, Nicte Ha is lesser-known, thus it provides a more serene experience. Cenote Nicte Ha derives its name from the Mayan language. “Nicte” refers to a beautiful and fragrant flower, while “Ha” translates to water.

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escondido cenote

Cenote Escondido

Also known as Mayan Blue, Cenote Escondido is a tranquil oasis that beckons visitors with its inviting azure waters and serene atmosphere. Situated not far from Gran Cenote and Cenote Calavera, Escondido is different as it is a large open-air water body. Nestled just outside Tulum, Cenote Escondido is an open-air cenote offering an unparalleled

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Sac Actun Cenote

Cenote Sac Actun

Cenote Sac Actun is an awe-inspiring underwater cave system that boasts some of the most spectacular natural formations and crystal-clear waters. Generally, the water is not very deep and mildly warm all year round, making it a perfect spot for snorkeling. In the local language, Sac Actun means “White Cave” but it is also known

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Cenote Taak Bi Ha

Cenote Taak Bi Ha

Cenote Taak Bi Ha is an awe-inspiring cenote, characterized by its crystal-clear waters and dramatic limestone formations. Its name means “Hidden Route of Water” in Mayan. Conveniently located next to the popular Cenote Dos Ojos, Taak Bi Ha can be visited on the same day as the former. The water depth at Cenote Taak Bi

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cenote calavera

Cenote Calavera

Cenote Calavera, also known as the “Temple of Doom,” is a unique and captivating natural attraction located near the ancient Mayan city of Tulum, Mexico. This cenote, which derives its name from the Spanish word for “skull,” is a must-visit destination for those intrigued by the mystical allure of cenotes and their vital role in

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Gran Cenote

Gran Cenote

Gran Cenote is located near Tulum on the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico. It is about 12 miles (20 kilometers) from the Caribbean Sea. The Gran Cenote is a type of natural cavern called a cenote. Cenotes are formed when the limestone bedrock of the Yucatán Peninsula dissolves, creating sinkholes that expose the groundwater below. Gran Cenote

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Cenote Dos Ojos

Cenote Dos Ojos is a system of two interconnected cenotes near Tulum, Mexico. “Dos Ojos” means “two eyes” in Spanish and refers to the two cenotes that comprise the system. The two cenotes are called the Bat Cave and the Barbie Line. Dos Ojos is one of the most popular dive sites on the Yucatán

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