Underwater River in Mexico

Monday, September 9, 2013

Yowza, fancy a swim in an underwater river? Yup, this nifty little phenomenon exists in Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula called Cenote Agnelita. It’s a natural formation where hydrogen sulphate mixes with saltwater and as a result forms a distinct separation that flows like a river under the sea level. The mind-blowing thing is that the underwater river is complete with sand, rocks, leaves and even fallen trees. It said to be a one of a kind diving site that thrills anyone who is brave enough to access it. Would you try it? Do you dive? xo

P.S: It remindes me of this and Austria's green park-o-lake.
P.P.S: And this awesome hidden cave pool also in Mexico.

(Photos via Your Amazing Places, Bored Panda and Seriously Forreal)


Anonymous said...

How is this even possible. I would love to do this. Jill

Eliza Jane said...

This is amazing! The pictures look other-worldly. I'm seriously mesmerized by this!

holtkamp said...

i would probably be a little scared at first, but would definitely try!

Diana Mieczan said...


Diana Mieczan said...

Eliza, I am so happy that you like it:)

Diana Mieczan said...

Totally with you on that, holtkamp:)

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