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The term "cenote" comes from the Maya word "Dz'onot," meaning sacred and referring to a cavern with water. In Mayan culture, cenotes were not only vital freshwater sources for the peninsula but also sacred and ceremonial sites integral to their complex cosmology. In diving terminology, "cavern" and "cave" are commonly used to denote specific areas or boundaries within cenotes where diving activities take place.
Exploring these mysterious systems, particularly in the cave and cavern areas, reveals intact karst formations shaped by millennia of constant dripping and slow mineral accumulation. These formations include stalagmites, stalactites, columns, cornices, discs, banderoles, and more.

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Mesoamerican Reef

Explore the amazing Mesoamerican Reef along the Riviera Maya, from Playa del Carmen to Cozumel and Puerto Morelos. It's the biggest reef system in the Americas and brimming with underwater life.
Diving here, you're amazed by the corals and the variety of fish, turtles, and sharks that call this place home. In summer, you can spot the majestic whale shark, possibly in the highest concentration anywhere in the world. Also, between November and March, pregnant bull sharks seek shelter in the mangroves to give birth.


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