Sistema Dos Ojos is on every list for world-famous dive locales due to the expansive cavern and cave systems. ?Two eyes? in English describes this natural wonder. There are two pools (that look like glaring eyes) at which to enter the rather long, decorated expanse. What awaits is an intricate and elaborate maze of candle-drip stalactites, stalagmites, flowstone, and rim pools. This is a place in which you don?t mind getting lost. It is also the location of a 150-meter free dive that is still the world-record. You can take your time as there are 80 kilometers in which to explore the eerie depths of this freshwater paradise. A myriad of narrow passages and multi-coloured blue and green ?rooms? take you on a journey that includes the Next Generation Passage, the Wakulla Room, Bat Cave and Jill?s Room. Every nook and cranny has its own distinctive marine life. Plenty of tourists visit this Mexico destination for good reason.
|Depth:?119 meters.||Visibility:?91 meters.||Drive straight to the cave by road. It sits between the towns of Akumal and Tulum.||20.3247? N, 87.3919? W|