Cenote Fantasma also known as Cenote Ghost is a large closed-in cenote with stalactites, cool clear water, and bats fluttering around.
A truly unique cenote, owing to its stunning halocline (a cloud of hydrogen sulfide that divides the freshwater from the saltwater). This cenote is 180 feet deep.
Cenote Calavera also known as the Temple of Doom named for its resemblance to a skull is 50 feet deep. To enter the water you walk down a path about 200 feet long.
Gran Cenote is a popular limestone cenote & cavern with snorkeling areas, equipment rentals & boardwalks. They also have changing stalls.
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