One of the great attractions of the Riviera Maya are the cenotes, natural formations of several million years ago when the Yucatan Peninsula was submerged in the sea and formed a large coral reef.
Back then, the only source of water for the mayan civilizaion came from these spaces after the last ice age, remained above sea level, partially filled with water to leave air spaces.
Check out this 3 Cenotes you can not miss in the Riviera Maya.
Rio Secreto is one of the most beautiful underground Rivers and could be one of the great wonders of the world. Find there thousands of stalactites and stalagmites. It’s like stepping back in time to witness something spectacular.
Rio Secreto It has recently been designated as one of Mexico’s most alluring nature reserves.
Río Secreto’s sustainability is based on Mexican environmental regulations and the use of good environmental practices that safeguard the conservation of the region’s water, flora and fauna.
Enjoy an underground world where you can experience silence, amazing natural formations and unparalleled scenery in this nature reserve located in near by Playa del Carmen.
Cenote Labnaha Eco Park
Cenotes Labnaha is considered one of the best places of the Riviera Maya for its beauty both inside and out of the water: its stalactites, stalagmites, crystal clear waters and columns are in excellent condition.
There you can enjoy snorkeling, diving tours and jungle tours combining nature, adventure and history.
Labnaha has a unique ecological park called Magic Mayan World where you can enjoy activities such as: declines through ziplines, snorkeling, kayaking, among others. All these activities are qualified and professionally trained guides.
In order to protect, raise awareness and enjoy this amazing ecosystem without destroying or request any negative impact in the Ecological Park every visit to Cenotes LabnaHa keeps a maximum of people.
Find these magical place in Tulum just 35 minutes from Playa del Carmen.
Cenote Dos Ojos
It is located north of Tulum on the Riviera Maya.This beautiful flooded cave, he began to explore in 1987 and even today is still being studied, it has been discovered more than 67 miles of underground tracks, its maximum depth about it 120 meters. It is ideal for diving in caves, and visibility is excellent and usually limited by available light instead of water transparency, also when crossing below the water came into another cenote adjacent which is the Cave of the bats.
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