Tulum, Mexico is home to the incredible Sian Ka’an Biosphere Nature Reserve (http://www.visitsiankaan.com) that has turquoise blue water fed from the many Cenotes in the area. Our guide through the Nature Reserve was Pastor, and if you’re thinking of taking a tour through the Biosphere you must email him ahead of time. It’s worth it!
We started our day off by visiting the Cenote Calavera, near Tulum, with small holes to jump through. This cenote is half in a cave and half exposed. But what makes this the best cenote is the fact that it is so close to the town of Tulum, that you can easily bike there, and it is right next to the Grand Cenote, so you can do both on the same trip.
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Previous videos from the Mexico Vlog Series:
Playa Del Carmen – Day 1: https://bit.ly/2KNNRKd
Playa Del Carmen – Day 2: https://bit.ly/2GIXkjy
The Hidden Paradise Beach on the way to Tulum: https://bit.ly/2s39Q94
Coba Ruins and Tulum Cenotes: https://bit.ly/2IHj2WW
Tulum Nature Reserve: https://bit.ly/2knpN5H
Tulum Ruins & Raw Love: https://bit.ly/2LqpKCE
Music: Waves by MBB
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