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Cenotes are unique to the area. They are a natural formation from the rain water going through the limestone of the Yucatan Peninsula. These make great places to swim in and are physically beautiful destinations.
Cenote Azul in Bacalar Cenote Azul in Bacalar is one of the attractions to see. This cenote is one
Cenote Chihuan We love finding little treasures around the Yucatan Peninsula. This time we found
Cenote Xkeken and Cenote Samula Cenote Xkeken and Cenote Samula are two of the most well known
Cenote Ik Kil No doubt you have seen photos of Cenote Ik Kil. This is one of the most photographed
Great Riviera Maya cenotes to visit and discover! Riviera Maya cenotes are something that is unique
Cenote Cristal and Cenote Escondido Cenote Cristal and Cenote Escondido are two cenotes you can
Cenote Angelita Cenote Angelita is a deep cenote just south of Tulum. The name means “little
Playa Del Carmen cenotes that great to visit! Cenotes are something that is unique to our area.
Visiting Cenote Hubiku Cenote Hubiku is a large enclosed cenote close to Ek Balam Mayan ruins,
Cenote Cho’o’oj ha in Xcan Yucatan In some of the remotest parts of the area you can