El cenote “Los Alamos”, Tulum, Mexico – AMERICA

Not known to tourists …

The region could not leave without swimming in a cenote which are of collapse sinkholes filled with water and which act as natural sinks. I was advised cenotes “Dos Ojos” and “Gran Cenote” that are most visited. But the fear of falling back on tour buses and all that flows in me back. Local advised me “Los Alamos”. No tourists and Mexicans. No guide mentions. It was so much more interesting. But he had to earn it. On the wooden sign planted on the roadside near the entrance was written “2 km.” rather it was 8 km on a bumpy road. I freaking for the deposit of the car, we drove 10 km hour. They even made sure almost half turn be mistaken to roll in the “jungle” without any indication. Then we ran into a local ladybug leading to great speed and confirmed that we were on the right track but it had to be patient. We ended up finding and yes, we were the only gringos … who also had to pay an entry fee to 3 euros (50 × n) against 7 euros (130 × m) at Dos Ojos. For local, free from what I understood …

♦ El cenote “Los Alamos” ♦

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