In Quintana Roo the cenotes cover an area of 61 km of caves; there are many that have not been discovered. The ancient Mayans had a strong connection with the cenotes, since they were their source of water and they also considered them the entrance to the underworld. These pools of fresh crystalline water have the largest extension in the Yucatan Peninsula.
Below a list in order of distance from the hotel:
Just a few steps away from the Hotel Alea, you will find this enchanting cenote.
In this natural complex you will find four cenotes of different types, join the small tour in which you will discover the origin of them and the various existing types.
And, if after the tour you are hungry inside there is also a Mexican restaurant
… and many others!
Facing the sea, on its cliff of rockes, Tulum in mayan language means “wall over the sea”
The highest pyramid of the Yucatan Peninsula and the only one still climble, a place in the middle of the jungle with a fascinating atmosphere
A true Mayan city inscribed on the list of UNESCO’s world heritage in 1989 and in July 2007 it was recognized as one of the new wonders of the world