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The Yucatán Peninsula is known to have the world’s largest number of underwater sinkholes, or cenotes. Once revered as sacred by ancient Mayans, they now draw travelers and adventurers alike. Formed when limestone is gradually eroded over hundreds of years, cenotes are an excellent place to swim, snorkel or dive. Here is our guide to the most beautiful cenotes in and around the Mexican town of Tulum.
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