Whether traveling to Mexico for spring break, summer vacation, your honeymoon, or just because, you have GOT to check out Xenotes! Xenotes is a tour of cenotes — literally “caves with water”. There are a few cents in the world, and the Yucatan Peninsula holds most of them! You’ll be witnessing some amazing things, and learning about Mayan history.
With Xenotes Oasis Maya Tour, you visit four types of cenotes between Cancun and Puerto Morelos. I love how each one is different, and they all have different activities! You can enjoy rappelling, zip-lines, snorkeling, kayaking, and more on your cenotes tour. An open cenote is a cylindrical shape with high walls, and the greens surrounding it are beautiful. The cavern cenote are perfect for adventure with all of their caves that are MILES below the earth! The Semi open cenote features tall trees with amazing underwater gardens. This is definitely your spot to relax and enjoy nature. The last, but not least, is the ancient cenote. These look like little ponds, or maybe a lagoon, but when you see the whole picture, you’ll notice it as an oasis in the jungle! The ancient cenotes are formed when the roof of a cave collapses.
I had an amazing time on the Xenotes Oasis Maya Tour. My favorite activities was rappelling in the cenote. This was my first time rappelling into anything and of course I couldn’t go just straight down I had to flip upside down. Gotta add a little spice to life, right? Spending the day at Xenotes you can definitely cross something off your bucket list or conquer a fear of yours.
On the Xenotes Oasis Maya Tour you also get a continental break and lunch. After the first senate there was delicious sweet breads, fresh fruit and drinks. During the middle of the day we had the best build your own sandwich, hot soup and delicious dessert. There was a spread of all different kinds of lunch meat and cheese to build on the best homemade bread.
With a cenote and activities for every type of vacationer, Xenotes Oasis Maya Tour should definitely be at the top of your Mexico trip’s to-do list!