A cenote is a natural pit, resulting from the collapse of limestone bedrock that exposes groundwater underneath. Particularly present in the Yucatán Peninsula (Mexico), cenotes were sometimes used by the Maya for sacrificial offerings.
Explore undiscovered cenotes with our cenote hunters all around the Yucatan. Blue and turquoise fresh waters surrounded by lush jungle and deep, breath-taking caves await you for swimming, diving and snorkeling.
What an unforgettable, wild experience! You can customize your journey and explore the sites that best suit your adventurous spirit: drive through a Mayan village then deep into the jungle on bumpy back roads to remote and off-the-beaten-path Cenotes.
Swim in the magnificence of a huge open dome-cenote and jump 25 feet into a stunning cavern-cenote. Enjoy a Maya lunch with fresh tortillas prepared by your local hosts!
We can also take you deep underground via an amazing spiral staircase to a spectacular cave-cenote: Enhance your spiritual journey with a traditional Mayan ritual cleansing using mud and stalactite water from the cave and then climb straight down a 40-foot ladder to a platform floating on crystalline water!