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Cenote Zapote Ecoparque

Deep below the surface, inside the water filled caverns of Cenote Zapote in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, stalactites grow into strange shapes. Instead of their typical pointed tips, the stalactites hanging down from the roofs at Cenote Zapote have a blown out mouth like that of a bell. They have been called variously as hell’s bells, elephant feet, shower heads or trumpets.

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Cenote Zapote is located west of Puerto Morelos in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. The sinkhole took its name from the Sapote trees growing around. The hell’s bell formations are located at a depth of about 30 meters.

Cenote Zapote is located west of Puerto Morelos in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. The sinkhole took its name from the Sapote trees growing around. The hell’s bell formations are located at a depth of about 30 meters.

Deep below the surface, inside the water filled caverns of Cenote Zapote in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, stalactites grow into strange shapes.