All-Natural Ro Secreto

A Nature Reserve thatll take your breath away

The discovery of Ro Secreto, previously known as Pool Tunich, has brought much excitement to Quintana Roo.  This system of caves, formed over centuries by an underground river, is located only a few miles from Playa del Carmen. It is by far the longest partially flooded cave in the Yucatan Peninsula, but what makes Ro Secreto even more special is the fact that it is semi-sunken.  Most caves found in the Yucatan are underwater, and if you want to explore them, you must receive specialized training in cave diving. That requires lots of practice and study, as well as a hefty investment in diver certification and dive gear. Ro Secreto has more than 12 kilometers (7.5 miles) of semi-sunken cave mapped out with 15 natural outlets located in different areas. Theres nothing else like it! 


Imagine finding a hole in the ground and lowering yourself into the unknown where you uncover a breathtaking underground world untouched for thousands of years.  That is truly how this underground river system was first discovered. Before 2007, almost no one had entered Ro Secreto except for the man who first found it. Since then, Ro Secreto has become a protected nature reserve where you can safely explore the Yucatan Peninsulas most awe-inspiring underground universe.

Keep in mind, this exotic and fragile geological formation requires an incredible amount of eco-awareness and sensitivity. We limit the size of tour groups to minimize impact on the cave. This will ensure that many generations get to see our planets natural history carved in mineral substances.

A journey through Ro Secreto is surreal, mystical and memorable. Whether youre an adventurer, world traveler, or simply a curious soul, we welcome you to experience one of the most intriguing natural attractions in the Riviera Maya.  Book now!green_expedition_mexico

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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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