The Bacalar Lagoon is located in Mexico on the Riviera Maya, South of Tulum. It’s called the lagoon of the seven colors because the water has indeed so many shades of blue, turquoise and green. Within the lagoon there are several “cenotes”, a kind of lakes formed by the crash of meteorites on the earth; some of them go as deep as 120m, and that’s where the water becomes dark blue. In some other points in the lagoon the water is shallow and the bottom is made of sulfurous sand that we spread on our bodies and let it dry. Once we removed it our skin was so smooth and soft. A truly amazing natural spa! But the greatest element of the lagoon are the rocks: here you’ll find some of the most ancient rocks in the world, 2500 million years old: the stromatolites! Those rocks are “alive” in that they produce oxygen and, in fact, when you touch them, bubbles pop out of them. For this reason Bacalar is one of the first places on earth where life was created.
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