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The cenotes are a natural pit, or sinkhole, resulting from the collapse of limestone bedrock that exposes groundwater underneath.

These were sacred places among the Mayan civilizations as they play a vital role on the community. The mayans cenotes were a channel of communication between the living and the gods of the infra-world, as the abysm represented a mouth. They were also the source of clear water, as well as a sacred place of worship, offerings and sacrifice.

In some cenotes there is fresh water on the top, and salty water on the bottom, creating a trouble zone where the waters mix, this is called “halocline” and it causes an unexpected temperature change called “thermocline”.

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Sports & Recreation » Cenotes

Grand Cenote Sac Aktun
Carr. Tulum-Coba Km. 4
Tulum, Quintana Roo 1488