Mukuyche, Yucatán, Mexico. Kankirixche whose meaning is yellow fruit of the tree is a dissolution cave-type cenote that opens in the ground. From the ceiling to the water you can see long roots that can sink up to 2 meters. The underwater cavern is one of the largest known in Mexico, with depths ranging from 5 to 53 meters. The bottom is covered by very compact layers of mud, its shape is circular with a diameter of 90 meters. Due to its depth and formations within the cavern, it is a fascinating place to practice diving. Type of cave: Cenote - dissolution cave Location: Mukuyche, Yucatán Length: 438 meters Maximum depth: 53 meters Hydrology: The water on the surface up to a depth of 50 meters is fresh, from this depth, crossing a halocline, the water is brackish. Type of diving: Normal equipment for caves and caves. Trimix blends for deep scans. How to get there: Located 49 km south of the City of Mérida, Carr. Mérida - Uxmal, then follow the road to Muna until Abalá, once there you will find the town of Mukuyche
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