Chac Mool. It is located on Highway 307, also known as Ruta de los Cenotes, just 22 kilometers from Playa del Carmen. After having traveled through a dirt road, we finally arrive at the main access of this ecological sanctuary.
Besides being one of the places of greatest natural attraction in Quintana Roo and in general in the entire Yucatan peninsula, this cenote, whose name in the Mayan language means? Jaguar s claw? It stands out for its wild beauty, its enormous potential for diving and the enigma that emerges from its deep caves. To access this cenote, one of the most popular on the way, you descend a rock staircase. Scuba diving, swim, it´s a cave, tourssi-
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