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Cenotes, Mexico 1
Created over 6,500 years ago, the cenotes in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula are part of a delicate ecosystem of underwater caves and underground rivers.  Gently diving between the stalagmites and stalactites in crystal clear water is an unforgettable experience. These images were taken from a number of cenotes in the Playa del Carmen area of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico.

For more underwater images in this region, select gallery number below main image on this page.

 


Cenote opening ambient light cave diving cenotes Mexico yucatan peninsula

Cenote

opening

from below


ambient light cave diving cenotes Mexico yucatan peninsula

Ambient

light


Refraction of trees formation cave diving cenotes Mexico yucatan peninsula

Refraction

of trees


Stalagmite stalactite formation cave diving cenotes Mexico yucatan peninsula

Stalactites


Stalagmite stalactite formation cave diving cenotes Mexico yucatan peninsula

Stalactite

formations

 

Tree roots in grand cenote cave underwater cave cave diving cenotes Mexico yucatan peninsula

Tree roots

 in Grand

Cenote cave

 


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Click for Cenotes Galleries:   1    2   

 

Entrance to Car Wash Cenote ambient light cave diving cenotes Mexico yucatan peninsula

Entrance to

Car Wash

Cenote


cave diving cenotes Mexico yucatan peninsula

Cave

diver


passage cave diving cenotes Mexico yucatan peninsula

Passage


Diver exploring cave diving cenotes Mexico yucatan peninsula

Diver

exploring


cave divers warning sign cave diving cenotes Mexico yucatan peninsula

Cave

divers

warning

sign

 

secondary entrance and exit point cave diving cenotes Mexico yucatan peninsula

Secondary

entrance

and exit

point


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