December 5, 2015
There is a lot of activities and places you can go during your snap in dentures treatment. We will suggest you today about exploring one or more Cenotes. These are basically flooded sinkholes where you can swim and in some of them you can dive. They are often with less than 30 feet diameter and between 5 and 10 depth. Although some are huge, very deep and interconnected and makes them ideals for scuba diving. Cenotes are located in Yucatan Peninsula area. Yucatan Peninsula includes Mexican states of Quintana Roo where Cancun is located and Yucatan, the state where Chichen Itza is located.
Mayans believed that this places were sacred and often practiced rituals close to them, the word Cenotes comes from the Mayan word “dzonoot” that means “hole with water”. It was one of the most common potable water resources that Mayan had. They are classified in tree kinds: open, semi- open and ancient cavern. That classification depends on the age of each one.
If you are planning on visit Chichen Itza with a tour operator, they will take you to one or two Cenotes and you will also see the one located inside Chichen Itza or you can head to Tulum and you can find many of them in the road from Cancun to Tulum, Cenote’s route is close to Puerto Morelos and that route includes more than 20 cenotes within 10 miles. Depending on which one you will be visiting, the entrance fee varies.
As snap in dentures treatment will take very little time of your dental vacations in Cancun you should plan to visit one of the hundreds of Cenotes that this area has and relax while your smile is transformed by your new dentures.