Victory Cruise Yucatan Cenotes Tulum

Destination: Yucatan Cenotes

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Getting to know Yucatan Cenotes

At first glance, the Yucatan seems to be a place without water. Few rivers and streams cross its surface or dampen the dry and dusty soil. Look a little deeper, however, and you’ll find extraordinary richness beneath the surface. The peninsula is crisscrossed with the crystal clear waters of underground rivers, flowing through caverns and accessible only thorugh cenotes, or natural sinkholes. There are over 6000 cenotes in the Yucatan alone, and the Ox Bel Ha near Tulum is one of the longest underwater caves in the world. The Maya celebrated cenotes as entrances to the underworld as well as sources of life-giving water (like the Sacred Cenote at Chichen Itza).

Our All-inclusive Visit

During our cruise, Victory guests will visit several of the most beautiful cenotes, for a magical swim in the fresh and cool waters, pooled in echoing caverns, and dappled in sunlight.

Destination: Yucatan Cenotes

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Victory Sailing Dates Which Call Here:

Great Lakes Grand Discovery

  • Jan 18, 2018
  • Feb 15, 2018
  • Feb 23, 208

Getting to know Yucatan Cenotes

At first glance, the Yucatan seems to be a place without water. Few rivers and streams cross its surface or dampen the dry and dusty soil. Look a little deeper, however, and you’ll find extraordinary richness beneath the surface. The peninsula is crisscrossed with the crystal clear waters of underground rivers, flowing through caverns and accessible only thorugh cenotes, or natural sinkholes. There are over 6000 cenotes in the Yucatan alone, and the Ox Bel Ha near Tulum is one of the longest underwater caves in the world. The Maya celebrated cenotes as entrances to the underworld as well as sources of life-giving water (like the Sacred Cenote at Chichen Itza).

Our All-inclusive Visit

During our cruise, Victory guests will visit several of the most beautiful cenotes, for a magical swim in the fresh and cool waters, pooled in echoing caverns, and dappled in sunlight.

More about Cenotes…

Although the cenotes around Tulum are the most famous, the state of Yucatan actually has more cenotes and underwater caverns than other states in the peninsula, especially near Uxmal and Mayapan. As ecotourism becomes popular, more cenotes are being opened up to the public, but there are many still off the main routes and frequented mostly by locals.