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Gran Cenote


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+52 99 8980 0332

Quintana Roo 109, 77796 Tulum, Q.R.
Playa del Carmen, Mexico

20.2466° N, 87.4642° W

Gran Cenote located in Tulum, Mexico is a must do experience. You can snorkel, dive, swim, or just relax and take in the view because this place is really one of mother natures most Devine wonders.

Gran Cenote may not be the most well-liked cavern diving location close to Tulum. However, it is simple to understand why it continues to draw so many visitors given that the cavern has stunningly clear waters through which amazing light shines from above, an abundance of lovely lirios and other plants lining the cavern, and it is home to turtles, bats, small fish, and other marine wildlife.

The gorgeous surroundings make it a great place to relax and cool off as well as to explore while snorkeling. It is sometimes referred to as a “garden cenote” by those who see it. It offers both lovely shallow regions that are ideal for swimmers and snorkelers and deeper depths where you can witness breath-takingly beautiful walls, geology, and aquatic life.

The massive Sistema Sac Actun (The White Cave), the world’s longest network of underground rivers, which extends for more than 346 km beneath the surface of the Yucatan Peninsula, includes the cenote. The system has connections to more than 130 cenotes, with this one near Tulum being one of the most well-known.

The sinkhole’s expansive entrance area has two entrances separated by a brief, dark tunnel made of rocky terrain and has a diameter of about 200 meters. It is encircled by lovely gardens. These create a tropical-like area where you may unwind before or after your dive. Gran Cenote, which is close to Tulum, is the spot to go if you’ve been envisioning spending a significant portion of your vacation in Mexico reclining on the grass under some palm trees.



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