Rio Secreto is unlike any cenote you will ever encounter. Dave and I had already done a Cenote tour in Mexico and wondered how this one could possibly be different? I mean, once you’ve seen one Cenote, you’ve seen them all right? Wrong! Rio Secreto Cenote Rio Secreto is the Mayan Riviera’s newest Cenote. It was only discovered just 7 years… Read More
Mexico is a country located in the South of North America bordered by the United States, Guatemala, and Belize.
In the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico there are ancient underground caves where travelers can explore quiet pools and mellow rivers. These underground caves are known as Cenotes. There are several ways to explore cenotes and we decided to make it a day of adventure. Remarkable Cenotes: An Underground Adventure in Mexico Viator Travel offers a cenote adventure tour and that… Read More
We heard people rave about swimming with whale sharks in Cancun while they migrated through the region and we couldn’t wait to do it one day! We finally got our chance. Swimming with Whale Sharks Cancun They may be the biggest fish in the sea, but whale sharks are gentle giants. Growing to lengths of over 12 metres (40 feet)… Read More
It’s been nearly a year since our last extended adventure travel and I had forgot how facing Mother Nature head on makes you feel alive. But as we kayak the Sea of Cortez during our latest adventure in Mexico, I am quickly reminded of everything. I forgot what it feels like to not shower for 10-days as salt water bakes… Read More
A beautiful collection of Mexico’s Cenotes in photos featuring the magnificent cenotes of the Yucatan Cenotes are located all around Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, and a few Caribbean islands as well. It’s estimated that there are well over 6000 of them in the area. Mexico’s Cenotes in Photos What is a Cenote? What exactly is a cenote? It’s a freshwater sinkhole… Read More