PENINSULA CENOTES YUCATÁN
Cenotes are one of the great attractions of the Yucatan Peninsula, unique treasures filled with magic, shows of pure nature.
The characteristics of karst soil of this land causes rainwater to seep through this stone porous. For millions of years rainwater has been collected by the very bowels of this earth, in its water table, in the form of underground rivers.
La cenote word born of pronouncing the Yucatec word maya ts'ono'ot o dzonot (cave with water). When we talk about cenotes, we refer to the natural landslides of the rock, that when the earth collapses they cease wells of Water. They are holes that allow us to reach the water, that simple.
In the Yucatan Peninsula there are thousands of cenotes, they are encrypted in more than 5.000 thousand. The tourist cenotes are those that are enabled so that we can access them. In the blog you find many cenotes that you can go out to know and enjoy. We have cenotera passion :-)
BELOW YOU CAN SEE ALL THE ARTICLES OF CENOTES:
A tour of Mayan experiences with the final icing on a delicious refreshing bath in the Chichikán cenote is the interesting proposal of the Chichikán Tourist Inn. Cenote Chichikán joins the magnificent offer of cenotes in the surroundings ...read more
Chemuyil has been the last paradise that was left in Riviera Maya. A place that the locals kept quiet about for us, with that silent commitment to conserve corners away from tourism. The Chemuyil cenotes, the magnificent beach and the town were a ...read more
In the Tulum area and surroundings we find beautiful cenotes to enjoy. The Heart of Paradise cenote is one of the most beautiful in the area. Enjoy fresh water in a unique landscape of the Mexican Caribbean. I give you a brief introduction. Make...read more
The Kalot Jool cenote and the Nohoch Aktun grotto is an adventure to add on your way. Halfway between Cancun and Valladolid we find the interesting town of X-Can, a place of amazing cenotes and grottos. The town of X-Can is located ...read more
The Chulul de Homún cenote is one of those that preserves the painted hands of the ancient Maya. Those hands are indicators of ceremonies or rituals. Let's see what surprises await us. The town of Homún is a treasure for lovers of cenotes. In...read more
Cenote Taak Bi ha is one of the most beautiful cenotes in Riviera Maya. Very close to the well-known Dos Ojos cenote, we find this treasure of crystalline waters that captivates you instantly. A few months ago I saw a photo of the Taak Bi Ha cenote and immediately ...read more
Cenote Dos Ojos is one of the highlights of the Riviera Maya for two reasons: it is one of the most beautiful on the coast, and it was also one of the first to open its doors to tourism. I assure you that his fame is fully deserved. How to visit it, where to ...read more
There are places that have a special charm, such as San Manuel, where we find a population that leads you to the heart of this beautiful land. The archaeological findings in the San Manuel cenote have placed this small ...read more
The X'Weech cenote opened in 2019, and has become one of the tourist attractions in Sucilá. An area where to live a Yucatan with a cowboy atmosphere. The small Yucatecan town of Sucilá is 24 kilometers from ...read more
The cenotes in Playa del Carmen, the Riviera Maya coast that runs from Cancun to Tulum, are great natural attractions of the Mexican Caribbean coast. One more reason to come to know the destination. The most famous Caribbean coast of Mexico is ...read more