Cave Diving in Tulum, Mexico Photograph by Patrik Gustafsson, National Geographic Your Shot A diver explores a cenote in Tulum, Mexico. Ancient Maya believed that the rain god Chaak lived in these natural wells. Now they are giving archaeologists new insights into the sacred landscapes of the ancestral people.
"The Pit is an incredible dive site in Tulum Mexico. A fresh water sinkhole with unlimited visibility a hydrogen sulfide layer (aka 'the cloud') and an 'island' of debris (with it's own tree which you can see in the picture)" says photographer Tom St George.