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Cenotes

Cenote is a term that is only used in Mexico and comes from the Mayan word “dzonot”which means “deep” wells are wells of fresh water created by erosion of limestone, soft and porous, but for Maya world were a source of life that provided the vital fluid, besides being a gateway to the wonders of this world and the center of communion with the gods.

Cenote Cristal, Cenotes in Tulum for Snorkeling
Cenotes

Cenote Cristal

Cenote Cristal is located just 5 minutes from the town of Tulum, is an open cenote completely surrounded by nature, as its name suggests its crystalline waters shelter inside a world you can not miss. Because the
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Cenote Car Wash
Cenotes

Cenote Car Wash

Located just steps from the road to Tulum can easily admire the Cenote Car Wash, is easily accessible and this kindness was initially used as taxis laundry until it became a tourist stop offering its visitors
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Cenote Xlacah
Cenotes

Cenote Xlacah

To Arrive to Cenote Xlacah, you have to take the deviation of Merida-Progreso. Dzibilchaltun (old town) on the surface is fully opened, is about 100 m long, its depth at one edge is one meter and
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Cenote Ik-Kil
Cenotes

Cenote Ik-Kil

The Cenote Ik-Kil is located 3 km from the archaeological site of Chichen Itza, 35 minutes from the colonial city of Valladolid and an hour and a half from Merida, the white city. Ik Kil Cenote is a park surrounded by
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Cenote Zaci Valladolid Yucatan
Cenotes

Cenote Zaci

Located inside the city of Valadolid, the Cenote Zaci is a impressive, partially collapsed cavern with a diameter of 45 meters (148 feet). From the roof hand some stalactites, formed over time by mineral traces
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