Calavera Cenote Tulum

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Address:Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico
Located in Tulum on the Calavera cenote is named in the bottom of the can be a human skull, but is also related to the 3 hole in its dome and simulate are the face of a skull. It is located in the jungle so you have to leave your car in the parking lot and walk about 100 meters to find this semi-open cenote.

In reaching its mouth can be accessed in two ways one is jumping down or straight up and down stairs, either in one way or another to be the same enjoy clear and fresh waters that give you a break from summer heat. While swimming you will see how the light passes through the holes making a wonderful light effect.

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