The Best Cenotes in Mexico and All You Need to Know to Visit
Updated: Aug 21, 2021
Where are my lovers of all things water? If you love the ocean, surfing, canyoning, you will love visiting Cenotes! I first visited a cenote in Valladolid in 2019 at Cenote Zaci. I fell in love with the natural phenomenon of a natural pit, or sinkhole, resulting from the collapse of limestone bedrock that exposes groundwater.
As I transitioned on my travel to 7 continents from Guatemala to adventures in Mexico, I knew I wanted to continue to explore the Cenotes of Mexico.
Last year at this time, I didn't imagine I would be experiencing travel to 7 Continents, let alone be having global adventures now. At the same time, I cast the vision years ago for global travel.
Before I traveled to Mexico, I researched various Cenotes via sources like ExpertVagabond, Anna Everywhere, Getting Stamped, and ThatBlondeBikiniGirl.
During my 3+ months in Mexico, I visited 10+ Cenotes!
I will be updating this post over the next 3 months with insights, visits, videos to Cenotes in Mexico in and near Tulum, Bacalar, and Valladolid.
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