Cancun and the Riviera Maya are the land of cenotes in Mexico, the beautiful bodies of water of karst origin formed by the dissolution of limestone rock.
The cenotes, from the Maya tz’onot, water reservoir, well or abyss were sacred sites where the gods could be contacted.
Today they are aquatic paradises to reconnect with nature, swim, relax and submerge among caverns and caves.
Here I share with you a little about the most spectacular cenotes with crystal clear waters in our country.
As the only recommendation, please don’t use sunscreen or any other product that can contaminate the water. Visit them all!
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