16 Mindblowing Pictures of the Underground River in Mexico
The underground river is actually a thin layer of hydrogen sulfate, which separates the fresh and salt water, and the depth of 29 meters, the water is sweet, coming to layer above the compound, and the depth of 30 to 60 meters, the water becomes salty.
After a some time we admired stunning natural pool, now we face another indescribable attraction located in Mexico.
It is well-known that some of the most beautiful places in the world are difficult to access, and so is the case with this fascinating place which is located in the underwater caves of the Yucatan peninsula in Mexico. Here, what looks like a river flowing quietly through the cave, actually creates one of the most spectacular sights ever recorded in the water below.
The cave is called “Cenote Angelita” and is considered one of the most beautiful places in the world. In fact, it is a river that flows through the water, as it sounds amazing! The underground river is actually a thin layer of hydrogen sulfate, which separates the fresh and saltwater.Thus, at a depth of 29 meters the water is sweet, coming to layer above the compound, and the depth of 30 to 60 meters, the water becomes salty, and this illusion is due to the phenomenon called halocline.
Divers can dive across the river and see the bottom, and underwater tree contributes to the atmosphere in this place. Looking at the pictures, you just can not believe that they were taken 30 feet below the water surface.
Mexican otherwise is home to many unusual underwater caves through which climate and geological changes created in the period of thousands of years. Experienced divers in this area have the opportunity to see places that otherwise can not be found anywhere on Earth.
2013 © YourAmazingPlaces.com
Back to Top ↑