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Ruta de los Cenotes

Cenote Siete Bocas

This wonderful cenote has rocky formations which date from millions of years ago. Just as its name indicates, there are seven entrances, some of which connect with the other underwater sinkholes, thus allowing you to move from one to the other without having to get out of the water.  When swimming and snorkeling in the connecting tunnels you can see, among other natural beauties of the place, tree roots looking for fresh water from the cenotes.

There are 3 accesses with steps, and access 6 and 7 are reserved for scuba diving, with a depth of 492 feet.

The sight of the light coming in from the outside is amazing.  This underground cenote also has a hole that reaches a depth of  13 feet, and it’s available for people to prove their courage by diving from the top.

Note: the use of the life jackets is mandatory and it is included in the entrance fee.  If you are a certified diver you must bring your own gear. Pets are not allowed, and the use of non biodegradable or non organic sunblock or insect repellent is prohibited.

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