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flower mound, Texas
August 25, 2010
Paso Robles, California
August 10, 2002
This was probably the most exhilarating dive I have ever done. The sites were incredible with tremendous amounts of stalagmites and stalagtites. The fresh water cave system is crystal clear and depths range up to 60 feet. You go through the system with a very qualified guide who takes his job very seriously for safety sake. My wife snorkeled in the gorgeous pools of water above us.
From journal Beautiful Waters of Playa Del Carmen
Brooklyn, New York
April 2, 2001
As you head down Highway 307 towards Paamul, you'll see handpainted signs for cenotes. You'll find not much more than an opening in the earth. Once you climb inside, you can swim in this underground cavern and check out a wide variety of aquaitic life. These cenotes are linked to a vast underground network of rivers that lead to the ocean, making it possible for fish of all sorts to find their way there, even to cenotes as far inland as Coba. (The road up to Coba has about three cenotes that I recall.) One well known cenote is in the city of Valladolid, about two hours west of Cancun, on the way to Chichen Itza. Well worth the experience if you are adventurous.
From journal Paradise in spite of Cancun