This natural park nestled in the Riviera Maya of Tulum has four different natural sinkholes: Cenote Wisho, Cenote Campana, Cenote Jaguar, and Cenote Tres Zapotes. They offer a little something for everyone. The smaller cenotes have caves with ancient rock formations, stalactites, and stalagmites, while the larger, deeper ones have several jumping-off points, and allow you to swim and snorkel with the vibrant fishes and turtles.
But don't worry if you're not a strong swimmer, entry includes a guided tour and equipment like life jackets and masks. Join a tour of Tulum and combine your trip with a visit to the Mayan Ruins as well.