Cenote Caracon
Cenote Caracon

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8 reviews
Very good

David V
Vancouver British Columbia285 contributions
Dec 2014 • Solo
This cenote is off the beaten track, accessible by a bumpy road from the main highway. There are two parts. One is a dry cenote, which is a below ground cavern in limestone rock. There is a boardwalk to take the visitor into a cavern with light coming from several side openings. There is shallow water reflecting the stalactites and stalagmites. There are lights to show the darker areas. The second part involves donning wetsuit, inflatable lifevest, snorkel and mask. There is an opening in the roof of the cenote cavern. Stairs go down to a platform surrounded by deep clear water that is 20 degrees C. There are lights around the cavern and stalactites and roots coming down from the roof. We stepped into the water and swam around the cavern. There were stalagmites under water. The bottom of the cavern is white sand, making visibility underwater excellent. This was a unique and very beautiful experience. It was part of a half day tour run by Blue Caribe from Playa del Carmen.
Written 4 January 2015
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