Riviera Maya Photo of the Day – Ruta de los Cenotes

Posted July 25, 2013 by Kay Walten in Riviera Maya Photos,Sustainable Tourism

cenote-verde-lucero near Puerto Morelos

This is one of the prettiest cenotes on the Ruta de los Cenotes near Puerto Morelos.  Verde Luceros (green lights) is named for the bright green color that can be seen when the sunlight hits the water through the jungle trees.

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