The Hoyo del Cimarrón is the deepest sinkhole in Guatemala. It’s one of those natural phenomenons that photographs can’t capture. It’s simply too massive. The experience of lying on your belly on the edge of an abyss is too profound. Wind roars along the lip of the precipice, and the bottom is so far down that the trees at the base look like heads of broccoli. It is terrifying and spectacular, a dry well made for a giant. Awe draws you near, self-preservation holds you back.
Laguna Brava contains approximately 79-thousand gallons of sparkling turquoise water, is surrounded by tree-clad mountains, a gushing waterfall, and three beautiful water-filled sinkholes, or cenotes.
It’s nature showing off.
Ready for an adventure? If so, visit the Cenotes de Candelaria. You won’t want to miss this awesome place! The Cenotes de Candelaria are two limestone sinkholes northwest of the town of Nentón, Huehuetenango, Guatemala. What is a “Cenote”? Much of the area surrounding Nentón, Huehuetenango consists of limestone rock, which is water-soluble. Over time,…