Cenotes Yucatan Reviews
Sep 20, 2007
The Peninsula de Yucatan is well known for its awesome beaches and the Mayan ruins but did you know that under ground there is a diferent world to discover, the CENOTES ¡¡¡¡¡¡
The Peninsula of Yucatan is a huge limestone shelf with crystal blue-green pools of water, these pools receive the water from an underground river system and with the pass of the years these rivers have carved out thousand of tunnels and caverns.
There are two kind of CENOTES, non-cave or cave cenote and both has interesting rock formations like stalactites and stalagmites.
If you like diving exploring the cenotes will make you feel like you are the first one to see one of these amazing wonder.
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