Diving in Mexico: the reefs of Cozumel

Diving in Mexico: the reefs of Cozumel

Diving in Mexico: the reefs of Cozumel May 24, 2019 Diving the Cozumel Reefs is pure enchantment: deep walls, colorful corals and exotic reef fish in all colors you can imagen. The famous Jacques Cousteau was awe struck when he discovered the reefs of Cozumel in 1959. He listed Cozumel even in his own top
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Cobá, the Mayan city in the Mexican jungle

Cobá, the Mayan city in the Mexican jungle

Cobá, the Mayan city in the Mexican jungle May 21, 2019 Cobá is a Mayan city in the middle of the Mexican jungle. People already lived in Cobá around the year 100 BC. The flowering period of the city was between 200 and 600 AD but also afterwards the city remained important. Cobá means ‘waters
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Tulúm ruins in Mexico: the sacred walled city of the Maya

Tulúm ruins in Mexico: the sacred walled city of the Maya May 15, 2019 The black ruins of Tulúm lie dramatically high on a cliff above the turquoise sea. Once an impressive Mayan city, now only ruins remain, but even what is left of Tulúm sparks the imagination. Tulúm was formerly known as ‘Zama’, which
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Diving in Mexico: Tulum Reef dives

Diving in Mexico: Tulum Reef dives

Diving in Mexico: Tulúm Reef dives May 8, 2019 Beach town Tulúm is famous for many reasons: it has stunning coastlines with a sapphire sea and white sand beaches, dramatically located oceanside Maya ruins and mysterious cenotes. And don’t forget the diving: a stay in Tulum guarantees great diving! Tulúm has acces to both sea
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Diving the cenotes in Yucatán Mexico: Cenote Tajma Ha

Diving the cenotes in Yucatán Mexico: Cenote Tajma Ha

Diving the cenotes in Yucatán Mexico: Cenote Tajma Ha May 2, 2019 Already on the surface Cenote Tajma Ha has something dreamy: the yellow, green and brown rocks color beautifully with the clear sapphire water. It makes you want to explore the magical underwater realm that it hides beneath its surface. The dream continues under
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Diving the cenotes in Yucatán Mexico: Cenote Dos Ojos

Diving the cenotes in Yucatán Mexico: Cenote Dos Ojos

Diving the cenotes in Yucatán Mexico: Cenote Dos Ojos April 27, 2019 Diving in Cenote Dos Ojos is spectacular: a lush green jungle setting, clear turqoise water, caverns, stalactites, hunderds of bats and two different circuits to dive. Dos Ojos is Spanish for ‘two eyes’. The name of this cenote refers to two neighboring cenotes
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Diving the cenotes in Yucatán Mexico: El Pit Cenote

Diving the cenotes in Yucatán Mexico: El Pit Cenote

Diving the cenotes in Yucatán Mexico: El Pit Cenote April 22, 2019 El Pit Cenote is famous and for a reason: the beautiful light beams that light up this deep cavern dive are one of the most magical experiences you will ever have! While Casa Cenote and Cenote Aktun Ha were mainly green under water,
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Diving the cenotes in Yucatán Mexico: Casa Cenote

Diving the cenotes in Yucatán Mexico: Casa Cenote

Diving the cenotes in Yucatán Mexico: Casa Cenote April 15, 2019 Casa Cenote is enchanting. I can hardly find words to describe the color of the water when the sun shines through the surrounding mangroves and it’s pure magic when the sunlight colors the water and the bottum in a remarkable shade of greenish-blue. This
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Diving the cenotes in Yucatán Mexico: Cenote Aktun Ha

Diving the cenotes in Yucatán Mexico: Cenote Aktun Ha

Diving the cenotes in Yucatán Mexico: Cenote Aktun Ha April 12, 2019 Cenote Aktun Ha, meaning ‘water cave’ in Mayan, is better known as Cenote Carwash. This cenote was the place where the taxidrivers from Tulum washed their taxis in the 80’s. It was one of the first cenotes opened for diving and snorkling. Cenote
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Diving the cenotes in Yucatán Mexico: Cenote Calavera

Diving the cenotes in Yucatán Mexico: Cenote Calavera

Diving the cenotes in Yucatán: Cenote Calavera April 6, 2019 Diving in Cenote Calavera is spectacular! You start your dive with a 5 meter jump from a rock into the crystal clear water of the cenote, that is also called ‘the Temple of Doom’. Cenote Calavera gets its name from the three holes in the
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