Actun Tunichil Muknal is a mysterious and beautiful portal to the ancient Maya and their traditions, ceremonies and spirituality. This cave system served as a ceremonial site where the Maya performed sacrifices and other ceremonies as they dealt with extreme and harsh conditions in times of drought.
Explore this lush area surrounded by beautiful jungles, and the cave entrance is traversed by swimming across a crystal clear spring fed pool. Spend 3 hours in the cave after hiking in through the rain forest. Here you will see stunning artifacts, altars and the crystallized skeletons of the sacrificed girl, The Crystal Maiden.
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taragerst20, Mar 2020
Our tour guide Eric was amazing. We were the first ones to the cave and got to experience the crystal clear waters. Eric explained everything so well and we had a lot of fun with him. Lunch after was super good as well. Amazing tour would definitely recommend!
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TeAngelo C, Jan 2020
This tour truly pushed me to face my phobias of heights and tight spaces. I feel like I can face anything now! The leaders gave so much history and they kept us safe throughout. Thank you Hector for being epic! This tour is a MUST
ATM cave exceeded our expectations. It was everything and more a cave lover could wish for, from beautiful formations covered with crystals to sites of Maya rituals and both material and human sacrifices. It was a magnificent experience. Our guide JC was very knowledgeable.
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, Jan 1970
Hue was very knowledgeable about the history of the cave. He gave an extensive background of the Mayans so it really made everything come to life and make sense. The cave it self was an amazing experience,it felt like something off Indiana Jones.
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Ian Anderson's Caves Branch Botanical Garden Guided Walk
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