Water sights in Yucatán Peninsula
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A bit more enticing but less accessible is Cenote Dzitnup. It’s artificially lit and very swimmable, and a massive limestone formation dripping with stalactites hangs from its ceiling.
Among the region's several underground cenotes is Cenote Zací, set in a park that also holds traditional stone-walled thatched houses and a small zoo. People swim in Zací, though being mostly open it has some dust and algae. Enter from Calle 39.
Cenote Samulá is a lovely cavern pool with álamo roots stretching down many meters from the middle of the ceiling to drink from it.