Snorkeling, diving and swimming in Cenotes around the Riviera Maya and Yucatan

The Mayas called them ‘dzonot’, which the conquering Spaniards translated as ‘Cenote’. Cenotes are sinkholes, underwater rivers, caves or caverns. They were the sacred places of the Mayas because they represented the entrance to the underworld, also they used the cenotes for water irrigation, drinking and in religious ceremonies. You can find many cenotes aroun Playa del Carmen and Tulum.

Visit Cenote Cristalino, Cenote Azul, Cenote Dos Ojos, Cenote Jardín del Eden, Río Secreto, Xcacelito, Ruta de los Cenotes, Casa Cenote, Kantun Chi, Hidden Worlds, Chac Mool, Cenote X’Keken, Cenote Samula, Gran Cenote, Xbatún, Cenote San Ignacio, etc. Get in contact with us for some trips to the underworld.

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