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More Caves to Explore in the Yucatan Peninsula and Belize


Dos Ojos Cave System, Quintana Roo, Mexico

This system is found on the Jacinto Pat Communal Land, near the little town of Akumal, only 15 kilometers (9.3 mi) from Tulum. 

loltun_grottoes_mexicoLol-Tun, Yucatan, Mexico

Meaning "Stone Flower" in Mayan, these grottoes are part of a cave system found in the Yucatan Peninsula at Km 5 near Oxkutzcab and only 110 kilometers (68 mi) from Merida.  Lol-Tun is approximately 10 kilometers (6 mi) long, even though only 2 kilometers (1.2 mi) of this distance have been investigated and equipped so that it can be easily explored when accompanied by a qualified guide.  Lol-Tun is not one of the largest or deepest caves in the region, however, it is one of the most well known.


Balankanch, Yucatan, Mexico

This cave is only 6 kilometers (3.7 mi) from Chichn Itz in the Yucatn. It was discovered by an amateur cave explorer in 1959.  It is completely open to the public with easy access for any tourist who wishes to visit it. 


Actn Tunichil Muknal, Cayo, Belize

Found in the heart of a nature reserve designated to protect the mountain tapir, this cave is only a 45-minute drive from the city of San Ignacio in the district of Cayo, Belize.  Its name means "Cave of the Sepulcher Stone" and it is one of the most impressive Mayan caves in the Belize region and thought of as a sanctuary of priceless secrets of the Mayan civilization. 

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a real good afternoon the was very good and walking and swimming in the caves was out of this world. Down side the price of the pictures is a rip off $25 for one or $69 for all the pics they took. Glen B.   Read More

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