Cenote Maravilla is located in the Yucatan Jungle along the Rutas de Los Cenotes. It is a very large cenote, shaped like the bottom of an hourglass. Sunlight shines through the opening with instense beams of light. This cenote is popular with freedivers because of the beams of light and depth. A thick haze of hydrogen sulfide lies at the bottom glowing eerily and undulating.
Cenote Zapote is also known as Hell's Bells due to the unique bell shaped Speleothems. These bells are surrounding the underside of the cavern as it opens up from the entry point. The cenote is located along the Ruta de los Cenotes in the Yucatan, Mexico. Complete with hydrogen sulfide clouds, dead tree branches emerging from this mist, and large bells make this cenote one eerie dive.