On the Yucatan peninsula, rain waters seep through the porous limestone rock, drop by drop, into cenotes and underground rivers in search of an outlet to the sea. As each drop falls into the subterranean caverns, they create stunning, subterranean rock formations.
Visit a magnificent cenote (sinkhole), which is part of the third longest underground river system in the world, for an exhilarating swim-exploring natural underground pools of crystal-clear water and awe-inspiring rock formations.
Visit Yalku, a beautiful and tranquil lagoon where the warm waters from the see combine with fresh water from underground rivers to create a unique snorkeling environment. The protected cove provide a perfect snorkeling experience for everyone-from advanced swimmers to beginners to families.
The grounds surrounding the lagoon have been manicured with paths, waterfront benches and statues. Also underwater landscape is quite fascinating. You can see submarine caves and mini valleys.Your tour ends with hotel drop-off.