Puente del Dios
This giant sinkhole lives up to the grandeur of its name, ‘God’s Bridge’, with gushing waterfalls and luminescent blue water. There’s even a secret tunnel and cave you can pass through where the sunlight makes the water look like it’s glowing from below. You can easily spend half a day swimming, jumping off various rocks, hiking up and down the river, or getting massaged by the waterfalls. On either side of the sinkhole you can following the river streams to find the spring’s source, mini waterfalls and private pozas (swimming holes). Heading downstream will take you to other, calmer swimming areas known as Paso Ancho (wide pass) and Playita Amor (Love beach), which are part of the camping area of Cabanas Adventuras. Life jackets are mandatory in the main cenote, and it fills up quickly on weekends and holidays. In rainy season, they generally prohibit swimming in the cenote.