Cenote the Pit its located about 20 km north of Tulum town. Its a deep sinkwhole of more than a 100 mts (300 feet) deep. The clarity of the water allows sun beams to go as far as 35 mts without being refracted.
Floating through it gives a strong sensation of floating in space or lacking gravity for a while.
The stalactites hanging from it are the celarest evidence of its dryer stages, down to even 70 mtes less than its current stage.
More Tours & Activities
Snorkel in different Ecosystems (2 or 3 sites)
Snorkel in the reef in front of Tulum ruins (or Akumal) and in 1 or 2 different cenotes.
Sian Ka’an lagoons plus Cenote Escondido
A trip along a jungle trail to the Muyil ruins, a lazy in-water drift through an ancient canal, and a visit to Cenote Escondido
Tankah: eco-tour of 4 cenotes
Tankah ecopark: swiming, canoeing, various zip-lines, jungle trekking, mayan village and exquisite traditional Mayan food
Sian Ka´an through Punta Allen
Birds, crocodiles, turtles and even dolphins
Sian ka’an Lagoons extended
A jungle trail to the Muyil Ruins, a lazy in-water drift through the ancient canals, and a boat ride through the canals up to the beach
Coba Ruins and Punta Lagunas reserve
A visit to the monkey sanctuary (walking, canoeing, zip lining, rappelling and swimming) and the Coba Ruins (a guided bike tour through the ruins)
Ek Balam ruins and giant Cenote Agua Dulce
Explore the sophisticated Mayan megalopolis of Ek Balam and some of the largest cenotes in the peninsula