Snorkel Underground Rivers at Xcaret, Mexico

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

There are certainly no shortage of vacation destinations in Mexico, but a Mexican archaeological park doesn’t seem like the best way to unwind. At least that’s what we thought before coming across Xcaret.

Located in beautiful Cancun, this archaeological park has been transformed into the ultimate tourist destination – letting you learn while you relax. The experience lets you snorkel through underground rivers, passing Mayan ruins as you enter the mysterious caves. The best part is you don’t have to do any work. Simply throw on a set of goggles, snorkel, flippers, and a life jacket, and let the stream’s current take you through the kilometer long series of underground rivers at a gentle, relaxing pace.

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