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La Calypso Dive Center invites you to a new adventure : cenote Pet Cemetery is a hidden wonder of Yucatan peninsula. 

Pet Cemetery was discovered in 1985 after hurricane Elena when the Mexican Army was accessing the damage from the hurricane by air and came upon The Pet Cemetery. 

It’s got its name due to the various animal skeletons found in the cenote. You can still see the lower jawbone of a tapir as well as the fossilized remains of an extinct prehistoric camel.

It is one of the most decorated cenotes with white delicate formations such as stalactites, stalagmites and columns in an amazing clearness of water creating a mirror like effect in a crystal palace. 

It is in the middle of a natural unspoiled jungle setting. If you are lucky you may well see Spider monkeys in the surrounding jungle canopy.

After discovering this amazing place, we invite you to swim with sea turtles on Akumal turtle bay. On the reef, you will encounter a lot of colorful tropical fishes in their natural habitat..

This complete snorkeling adventure cost 80$US per person all included (snorkeling gear, transportation from our dive center round trip, entrance fees, guide, water to drink)

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