August 8, 2012

Playa del Carmen, Riviera Maya, Mexico: Río Secreto; things to do

Río Secreto  

3 miles south of Playa.  Operated by a local cooperative, this cenote was discovered in 2007.  It is the longest partially-flooded cave in the Yucatan and a protected nature reserve.  Most caves here are completely underwater, requiring specialized training in cave diving to explore, but Secreto has more than 7.5 miles of semi-sunken cave that can be explored by walking and swimming.  Water shoes, a wet suit, a life vest, and a helmet with light are all loaned to you as part of the admission package, and changing rooms, towels, and snacks are included.

Río Secreto cave tour in Playa del Carmen, Mexico
Río Secreto cave tour in Playa del Carmen, Mexico


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