Tired of sargassum? We present you the 4 best cenotes to enjoy

The presence of sargassum on the beaches of the Riviera Maya can be an inconvenience when swimming in the sea, and the cenotes are an incredible option to enjoy your vacation to the fullest.

Being a natural phenomenon that is not possible to control in its entirety, this could mean that you might even consider suspending your trip to this Mexican Caribbean destination.

However, these marvelous bodies of crystalline water are a magnificent alternative to live the unique experience of immersing yourself in its landscape.

In addition, they offer magnificent scenery, surrounded by jungle or under ancient caves, and the opportunity to experience the mysticism that was so valued by the Mayan culture.

On this occasion we will introduce you to the four best in the area that you will surely love.

Dos Ojos Cenote

This is one of the most famous cenotes in the Riviera Maya, and where you will forget about the sargazo.

Cenote Dos Ojos has an impressive underwater cave system that attracts divers from all over the world.

It is also ideal for swimming or snorkeling.

Cenote Calavera

Known for its characteristic shape, it is one of the favorite cenotes in the Riviera Maya to avoid sargassum.

It is an excellent option for those looking for a diving or snorkeling adventure, as it has a submerged cave to explore.

It is just a few kilometers from Tulum.

Cristalino Cenote

This is one of the most beautiful cenotes and far from the sargasso of the Riviera Maya.

As its name says, its water is crystal clear and looks like a beautiful natural pool in the middle of the jungle.

It is perfect for swimming and sunbathing, it also has a zip line and walking trails.

Great Cenote

You will love the Gran Cenote located just a few kilometers from Tulum.

It is perfect for swimming and visiting with the family, as it has shallower areas, although life jackets are always recommended.

It is also ideal for snorkeling and admiring the fish that live under the surface.

As you can see, it is possible to enjoy the natural beauty of the Mexican Caribbean, sargassum and all, and what’s better, without canceling your trip!

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