This cenote is located in Playa del Carmen on the west end of Avenida Juarez. It is a short taxi ride or drive to the cenote. Previously this cenote was located in the middle of the jungle but is not close to amenities and residential neighborhoods as Playa del Carmen grows. Convenient to get to if you are staying in Playa del Carmen.
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With hundreds of tropical fish and coral types to see, ocean diving on the second largest barrier reef in the world in a truly amazing experience.
Located in Playa Paraíso north of Playa del Carmen, the golf course is about an hour’s drive from Akumal and only 20 minutes from the Cancun International Airport. Spanning over 6,800 yards, the Iberostar Playa Paraiso Golf Club follows the Dye’s “DYEabolical” design. This 18-hole, par 72 course boasts narrow fairways, deep bunkers, extreme vertical movement and very undulating greens. You will probably find par-fives the most entertaining, while the par-fours provide many good short and medium holes that will help you shape your tee shots.
18-hole, par 72 course in Cancun, great for all golfers. Caribbean views and jungle vegetation make you forget you're in the Hotel Zone.
The preserved murals in Bonampak, date back to 790 A.D. Archaeologists believe that Bonampak has the finest classic Mayan frescoes.
San Miguelito Ruins is on the property of the Cancun Mayan Museum, a great combination that deepens an understanding of the Maya.
If you’d like to experience what the fine Caribbean beaches were like before the Riviera Maya became a hot spot for Hollywood stars, honeymooners and vacationers, head to X’cacel beach. It’s the #1 beach where turtles go, and a local favorite! Nestled away in a remote location, enjoy soft sand beaches, a small freshwater cenote and off shore snorkeling that is accessible from the shore.
The Spanish name of this cenote is Jardin del Eden – Garden of Eden but it is known by locals and tour guides as Ponderosa. This cenote is truly a Garden of Eden and great for swimming, snorkeling and open water scuba courses. The cenote is closed on Saturdays as per the owners decision. This is a large open cenote with a cool and varied limestone bottom. It is very shallow in some areas and very deep in others.
Cavern Diving in the Riviera Maya is a once in a life time experience most divers have on their bucket list. This diving adventure is unique to here!