|Jesse and I in the under ground cave, ready to swim in the Cenote.|
|Zip Line over the Jungle.|
|Entering the Cave to swim in the Cenote.|
|Cave to the Cenote|
|Jesse heading into the cave|
The water of the cenote was gorgeous and clear. We kayaked and hiked through the jungle to get to the cenote, and the water was refreshingly cool. We showered before entering the cave, to prevent contamination of the water with sunscreen and insect repellent.
|Jesse did a flip into the crystal waters of the Cenote.|
|I danced into the Cenote.|
|In the Cenote. The water was amazing and clear.|
|Jesse underwater swimming in the Cenote.|
|Kayaking through the jungle to get to the Cenote. Later we ziplined over this area.|
|Rappelling down into the Cenote of Life.|
|Jesse Rappelled like a Pro.|
|Ready to ride the Zip Line.|
After lunch we took a short drive from the Mayan Village to the ruins of Coba. Coba is an experience in it's self and I could have easily spent an entire day there exploring the ruins. I am going to make a separate post about the Coba portion of our trip.
It was wonderful to be able to experience parts of the Mayan culture, while supporting it's people. Jesse and I both agree that this was a 5 Star experience. I would love to take another of their tours in the future.