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 India there is 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:
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
Information about the cenotes of the Yucatan Peninsula: where they are located. how to go, prices of the cenotes, accommodation in cenotes. Enjoy the cenotear.read more
The Papakal cenote is on its way from Mérida to Cuzamá and Homún, two of the most visited towns for its cenotes. The tourist agencies of Mérida offer these cenotes, Papakal is something else. People and go out to discover the corners of this ...read more
For some years, Homún has been opening cenotes to which I have had the opportunity to get to know, such as the beautiful Cenote Hool Kosom. Homún is one of the populations that always surprises you. Homun has dozens of cenotes, and they are beautiful. That's the ...read more
We went out to know the best cenotes of Cobá, an area that will surprise you in your visit to the Yucatan Peninsula.read more