What are Cenotes?
Freshwater, a natural space, and peace, the cenotes are the perfect place to connect with the nature of Cancun and Tulum.
When swimming in a cenote, you swim in crystal-clear, chilly water. These natural pools have dense depths you can plunge into from the top, an activity of incomparable adrenaline. They even provide numerous health benefits and are an excellent place to meditate.
The Riviera Maya has numerous cenotes worth admiring and discovering. An estimated seven thousand cenotes exist around the Yucatan Peninsula, but only a small number of them are open to the public. The Yucatan Peninsula has four types of cenotes; open, semi-open, ancient and cavern.
Nowadays, they are one of the most popular natural attractions in the Riviera Maya. However, the Mayans considered them as sacred places where religious and spiritual practices were carried out since they believed the cenotes to be the entrance to the underworld. Hence, the existence of underground caves with animal fossils and other vestiges.
In our latest blog, we will reveal our best tours to visit the most beautiful and crystalline cenotes for you to spend an unmatched moment with your couple or family.