A breathtaking lake of seven colours, from different depth of cenotes flowing into it.
Swim in the wild, paddle a kayak, zipline over the lake, listen to howler monkey cries in the jungle.
An inlet in Akumal bay where fresh water from cenotes escapes to the sea. So you get three in one: a cenote, a lake and the sea.
Fancy a wild swim in a river in Yucatán? Then this is it.
Sumidero is a narrow canyon and natural park. To experience its cliffs by boat gives you another perspective.
Nestled in the Chiapas rainforest, this waterfall was the backdrop of the film Predator but you will find only exotic tranquility here.
One of very few known pink lakes in the world, Las Coloradas is a wonderland of natural pink waters and flamingos. A sensual experience.
Photogenic and refreshing, Agua Azul (Blue Waterfalls) keeps the promise of 'being blue'. Set in the humid lush jungle of Chiapas, it feels truly exotic.
This is one of my favourite trips in Yucatán and it is great to do it after visiting the ruins of Ek' Balam or as a separate day trip, for real relaxation.
It is often referred to as the Muyil float because the river trip begins at the back of the Muyil ruins. The ruins are about 20 minutes' drive south of Tulum.