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Cenotes of the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico
Ruins are the main draw of the Yucatán Peninsula, but the region is also known for its cenotes – deep natural wells or sinkholes created when surface limestone collapses to reveal groundwater underneath.
Ik Kil, also known as the “sacred blue cenote,” is located near Chichen Itza. Visitors can swim in the 60-foot-deep water, or dive into it if they’re the adventurous sort.